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Yomawari Night Alone

Last night NIS America Announced at their annual press event in San Francisco that they will be Localizing Yomawari: Night Alone. The Puzzler title is a Horror themed game that will be coming to the PS Vita.

The PS Vita survival horror title is about a young girl searching for her sister’s dog Poro who due to a tragic accident is missing some where in a town after dusk.


Ever been all alone on the street late at night and had the street lamp flicker? You know that tinge of fear that runs through you whether you believe you’re afraid of the dark or not? There’s that little thought that wriggles into the back of your mind and tells you that if you stop walking, if you turn around… that’s the end. A creature of the darkness will envelop you and you’ll be gone.

Well, that’s what this game is like. You’ll be exploring the streets late at night in search of your lost dog and sister while staying just out of the grasp of… all that lurks in the dark. Find out more on the game’s official website and remember what it felt like to fear the dark.

The game is set to be released late 2016 for both NA and EU PS Vita owners.

Keep Checking The Buttonsmashers for more information about Yomawari: Night Alone as they become available..

Qudduws Campbell
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  1. This looks good! I can’t wait to play it with the lights off.

    1. lol you’re such a horror junky bro

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