Publisher Vaka Game Magazine and developer ImCyan announced Tsugunohi and Virtual YouTuber Inugami Korone crossover horror game Evil God Korone. It will launch on PC via Steam on November 8.
Here’s a preview of the game, via its Steam page:
An unexpected collaboration between Tsugunohi, the game where horror invades your daily life, and Inugami Korone, a VTuber (Virtual YouTuber) from the group VTuber Hololive.
Gameplay is as usual Tsugunohi. Each day you walk to the left, passing the same places that fear begins to assail you. Will you be able to endure the horrific events that escalate with each passing day?
Inugami Korone, who has streamed many horror games live, became an evil goddess and took over Tsugunohi.
Now is the time for you to cut your finger off and give it to him.
(This collaboration is part of Inugami Korone’s anniversary project.)
Coming home from school, a student who led an ordinary life sees a sign related to Inugami Korone. After whispering “something” in front of the billboard, her daily life begins to change and …
- The Tsugunohi Series – ImCyan is an independent game creator who has developed a number of different horror titles. One of his most famous works is the Tsugunohi series. The first episode of the series became a hot topic on the internet in 2012 as “super scary”. In the summer of 2018, Tsugunohi: a closed future has become very popular, especially among live game streamers on YouTube. The popularity of Tsugunohi the series led overseas fans to translate it into Chinese and Korean, and in 2015 it was made into a movie as Shishu: Tsugunohiitan. On August 13, 2021, the game was finally released on Steam. The Steam version includes the previous seven titles as well as two new original titles, Tsugunohi: the ethereal crossing and The silent cries of Tsugunohi Ai (a collaboration with virtual celebrity Kizuna Ai).
- Inugami Korone – Korone is a virtual celebrity who started her career as a member of the VTuber Hololive group in April 2019. She is part of Hololive GAMERS, a unit that mainly focuses on live streaming of games. By October 2021, the number of subscribers to his YouTube channel had passed 1.6 million.
Watch the trailer below. See a set of screenshots in the gallery.