The House in Fata Morgana is a visual novel that is available from the April 9th in the West for $ 39.99 / $ 34.99. The title proposes a story of gothic suspense set in a cursed mansion that spans almost a millennium and that deals with tragedy, human nature and madness.
Well, this time and has shared one gameplay of the game on the hybrid console. We leave it to you below:
Finally we leave you his premise:
You wake up in an old and decrepit mansion.
A jade-eyed woman comes before you and informs you that you are the master of the house and she is your maid. However, you have no memories, no concept of yourself, not even the certainty that you are alive.
The maiden invites you to accompany her on a journey through the lifeless corridors of the mansion, to contemplate the many tragedies that have befallen its residents. She suggests that among them, perhaps you will find some trace of yourself.
Behind the first door is the year 1603.
It is a time of incomparable beauty, where art and theater flourish. The roses bloom abundantly in the garden where the inseparable Rodas brothers play, and although they seem to be free from worries and conflicts… not everyone is satisfied with seeing them happy.
Beyond the second gate is the year 1707.
At this time, the mansion is in ruins, and a beast inhabits its interior. He claims to yearn for a life of serenity, but soon gives in to his innate savagery and a slaughter ensues.
Beyond the third gate is the year 1869.
In this technologically advanced age, people are always on the go. The owner of the mansion is an ambitious businessman who has invested in the railway industry. However, his obsession with wealth and power leads him to neglect and mistreat his wife.
Beyond the fourth gate is the year 1099.
The maiden tells you that this is the final tale. At this time, you see a young man who claims to be cursed and a white-haired girl named Giselle, who has been branded a witch and marked for death.
Having witnessed these four tragedies, each set in a different time and place, you are now free to choose whether you want to end your story here … or move on.
But there are those who would say,
“You were able to bear them because they weren’t your tragedies.”
What do you think?