Cyberpunk Horror Title “Project Sense” In Final Stretch

Published On June 1, 2018 | By Justin Ortiz-Burrow | News

The recently launched Kickstarter campaign for the 2.5D cyberpunk horror game inspired by Fatal Frame and Clock Tower, “Project Sense” is nearing the final days of funding. Already surpassing its initial goal, and even a few stretch goals, the game seems to be off to a promising start with confirmed releases for all major game consoles, even the misunderstood Vita!

 

Featuring a futuristic neon Tokyo setting and mixing horror elements and Cantonese traditions with digital ghosts, the game is aiming to truly set itself apart from most. Promising a return to the classic days of horror, the team plans to focus on slow, tense and atmospheric horror, rather than the mundane jump scares we’ve grown accustomed to. So far the title is looking to be a very interesting breath of fresh air in the genre.

You still have time to back the project with some lovely backer rewards still up for grabs. If you’d like to know more, then head over to the Kickstarter page and give it a look!

Looks like something special to us, and we hope to cover the finished game once it releases!

About The Author

Introduced to video games when he was only five, after dying somewhere around four thousand times while playing Star Tropics, he never looked back. Some of his favorites range from titles like Shenmue and Metal Gear Solid 3 to Half-Life 2, Manhunt, and the Dark Souls series. Justin has a passion for vinyl records, and loves to collect video game memorabilia. If he had one wish, it would be to travel back to 1984 Miami.