The game previously released in China through Arrowiz, the Chinese developer. Of working with the company, Rinalda Faraian, the product manager at Giiku Games says, “We were really excited to work with…Arrowiz and Hermitage: Strange Case Files exemplifies just why – it’s a captivating mystery tied to the kind of deep, multi-branching narrative that’s quickly become the studio’s signature.“
Hermitage: Strange Case Files is a multi-layered story in a visual novel style where the player will conduct interviews with other characters, and like other visual novels, will have to make choices that match their own personality to get better leads. Investigative snooping takes place as well to uncover the true story of the game. And of course, the replayability factor is present as different choices lead to different results.
About Hermitage: Strange Case Files from the company’s website:
Who enters here might start questioning reality as they know it…
Investigate mysterious cases by taking on the role of a less than motivated bookshop owner, a former anthropology professor who for unknown reasons has never been seen outside of his bookstore.
With the help of a hacker genius on the run, a self-proclaimed detective and a short-tempered legal consultant, you must get to the bottom of a row of horrific incidents, bearing in mind the supernatural horrors that lurk within the pages of Hermitage’s Lovecraftian book collection.
The game retails for
- Playstation: $19.99/€19.99/£15.99
- Xbox: $19.99/€19.99/£16.74
- Nintendo Switch: $19.99/€19.99/£17.99
- Steam: $19.99/€19.99/£15.49
Here’s the trailer for Hermitage: Strange Case Files:
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