Thursday, October 14, 2021

Deep Insanity: Asylum is now out in Japan, and Square Enix has released a trailer for the game as part of a multimedia initiative.


 On Thursday, Square Enix released Deep Insanity: Asylum for smartphones and PC via Steam (only in Japan), as well as a launch trailer for the game.

The storey is set in an universe where the mysterious "Randolph syndrome," which causes unexpected comas, is rampant. Simultaneously, at the South Pole, a gigantic underground realm known as "Asylum" was identified as the syndrome's source. Strange species, unlike those seen on the surface, live there, surrounded by heretofore unknown natural riches. People enter the Asylum in order to cure Randolph syndrome (and to profit from the creatures' genetic data and underground resources).

Woo Inominetas (played by Yuichiro Umehara) is the solitary survivor of a slaughter that occurred in a medical recovery facility in Deep Insanity: Asylum. The game's theme song "Madoromi" is performed by Hololive virtual YouTubers Amane Kanata and Tokoyama Towa (Slumber).

Deep Insanity: Nirvana, a manga written by Norimitsu Kaih and Makoto Fukami and illustrated by Etorouji Shiono, debuted in the February 2020 edition of Square Enix's Monthly Big Gangan magazine. Deep Insanity: The Lost Child, the franchise's television anime, debuted on Tuesday. The anime is available to watch on Funimation.

Source: Square Enix's YouTube channel


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