Death Come True

Danganronpa Creator’s New Game Death Come True Gets New Trailer; Subtitle Languages Announced

Today Izanagi Games hosted an event in Tokyo about its upcoming full motion video game Death Come True, releasing a trailer and more.
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Today Izanagi Games hosted an event in Tokyo about its upcoming full motion video game Death Come True. 

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First of all, we get a new trailer, showing more of the game’s rich cast of actors in action.

On top of that, we also get new information, specifically on the languages that will be included as subtitles. 

We’ll get English, French, Italian, Spanish, German, Latin American Spanish, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Korean, Thai, and Vietnamese.

We then heard that the Japanese band “Kami-sama, I have noticed” will be performing the theme song.

You can enjoy both the trailer below and the full livestream here.

If you’re unfamiliar with the game, which is the latest labor of love of Danganronpa creator Kazutaka Kodaka, you can read an official description below.

Is this a movie? Or is it a game? The second teaser has been released for Death Come True, the new FMV game from Kazutaka Kodaka, creator of the Danganronpa series.

IzanagiGames Inc. (located in Tokyo, Japan and led by CEO Shinsuke Umeda) has released the second teaser for Death Come True. The game is a new full-motion video game written and directed by Kazutaka Kodaka, creator of the Danganronpa series.

Appearing in Death Come True will be Kanata Hongo (as the main character Makoto Karaki), Chiaki Kuriyama (as police investigator Akane Sachimura), Win Morisaki (as police investigator Nozomu Kuji), Yuki Kaji (as the hotel concierge), Chihiro Yamamoto (as psychopath girl Nene Kurushima), and Jiro Sato (as news anchor Kenichi Mino).

Music will be done by Masafumi Takada, the composer behind the Danganronpa Series, The Evil Within, killer7, and more.”

I’d you’d like to see more, you can also watch the first teaser trailer and the second video.

Platforms and release dates (besides a generic 2020) for Death Come True are still shrouded in mystery.

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