Oninaki launches August 22 in North America and Europe

Day and date with its Japanese release.

Oninaki

Oninaki will launch digitally for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PC via Steam in North America and Europe on August 22, day and date with its Japanese release, Square Enix announced during its E3 2019 press conference.

Here is an overview of the game, via Square Enix:

Oninaki is the third title from Tokyo RPG Factory and the studio’s first foray into the action RPG genre, sustaining the studio’s mission in taking inspiration from classic Japanese role-playing games to create a captivating experience on modern platforms. Following the release of I Am Setsuna in 2016 and Lost Sphear in 2018, Oninaki encompasses an inspired art direction, deep character development and a captivating storyline contributing to a unique, yet familiar JRPG experience.

In Oninaki, players will follow the story of Kagachi, a young watcher whose duty is to usher Lost Souls into the next world. After meeting a mysterious girl named Linne, his fate becomes entwined with blood and death. During the journey, players will also meet key characters like Kushi, an exemplary Watcher and trusted leader, Mayura, a Watcher with a kind heart, and the malicious Night Devil from a forgotten time.

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