Experience’s Inc. Spirit Horror NG is Coming to PS4 on Feb. 21, 2019

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PlayStation 4™ – Japan

Experience’s Inc. second title in their “spirit horror” series, NG, which first launched for PS Vita in September, is coming to PlayStation 4 in Japan on February 21, 2019. The PS4 version of the game promises new gameplay features, “allowing you to experience a new ‘fear’ told by ‘horror x outlaw’ with an even greater presence.”

In addition, it was reported that the first-print purchases of the PS4 version of NG will incorporate the game’s OST, as well as the Death Mark voice drama “How to Make Good Coffee.”

You can check out the screenshots for the PS4 version below.


Will you be picking up this game? Pre-order yours now here at Playasia.


For more information about the game, you can check out its PS Vita details below.


NG is developed with the concept of Japanese horror’s “quiet fear” that started on Experience’s first horror game, Death Mark. Unlike Death Mark, NG is a horror game where the players confront ghosts and legends. It offers a never before produced, strange fear experience through its Fumiya Sumio-illustrated characters and thoroughly in-depth situations.

You can see the screenshots of the game below.


Want to know more about the game? Read the official features below.


  • A Completely New Title Themed After the Corrosion of Everyday Life – Developed with the concept of Japanese horror’s “creeping fear,” NG is the second entry in the “spirit horror” series. Unlike the first entry, Death Mark, NG is a horror experience that plays out in a familiar setting, where the player confronts ghosts themed after fantasy and legends. By the time it occurs to you, your daily life may have already been encroached on…
  • An Unknown Fear Experience Told through Outlaws and Horror – It offers a never before done, unknown fear experience through its Fumiya Sumio-illustrated characters and profoundly in-depth scenarios.
  • Numerous “Fear”-Inducing Scenes – With the introduction of the new “Survival Escape” system, NG is an even greater production of “fear.” Additionally, NG offers an even greater sense of uneasiness and tension with aspects like the “Crisis Choice” system where any error in judgment will prove immediately fatal or when “death” visits your companions.


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