Tokyo, Japan, January 27 — Upcoming adventure game Tokyo Stories, which has gained attention worldwide, now has a Steam store page. Additionally, those interested in the game can add it to their wishlists to get all the latest updates about it. There’s even an opening celebration campaign going on right now, in which 50 lucky winners will win an original postcard set.
About the game
Tokyo Stories is an adventure game that combines pixel art and 3D to create a unique, eye-catching aesthetic. The game takes place in a surreal, desolate version of Tokyo that has shapeshifted into a labyrinth. Players will follow the story of a girl who comes to the city looking for her friend who disappeared. From there, she finds a boy with a secret he can’t tell anyone about. It seems like each character will have their own story, and these stories will intertwine as the game progresses. Its slogan is “the story of a girl continues on in the city where she went missing.”
Behind the game development is Drecom, the team who previously worked on the PS3 game, Lost in the Rain. Accompanying the game’s visuals is the soundtrack from composer “newly” whose aim is for the music to create an atmosphere that’s “an unprecedented view of the world.” Tokyo Stories will launch on PC and consoles later this year.
Anticipating the game
To celebrate the launch of the Steam store page for Tokyo Stories, Drecom is holding a campaign. To participate, people can head over to the store page, add the game to their wishlist, and fill out an entry form. From there, 50 lucky participants will be chosen and win an original postcard set. However, bear in mind that the terms may change without prior notice.
We don’t know much about Tokyo Stories yet, but it seems fairly interesting. Personally speaking, the visuals show an interesting, unique, and visually pleasing aesthetic, and the plot seems intriguing enough to me. Hopefully, it’ll be an enjoyable game, and I plan to find out by adding it to my wishlist. If you’re interested, I advise you to do the same. Maybe, if you participated in the giveaway Valve did recently, you’ll be able to play it on your new Steam Deck once it’s out.
YouTube: Tokyo Stories [1st Promotion]
Photo credit: The images used are owned by Drecom Co., Ltd. and were provided for press usage.