Scar of the Doll gets a Switch Remake After 24 Years

After 24 years, developers Child-Dream and Mamekujira just dropped a full remake of Scar of the Doll for the Nintendo Switch.

After 24 years, developers Child-Dream and Mamekujira just dropped a full remake of Scar of the Doll for the Nintendo Switch. A pioneer in Japanese indie visual novels, the game was originally released in 1998. Since then, its garnered quite the amount of hype and a loyal following.

As of now the English version has been translated and released in North America, South America, Europe, and Australia.

The game, in essence, is an original psycho-suspense visual novel produced by Child-Dream in 1998–which, back then, became a huge hit. Featuring psychologically compelling horror elements and highly dramatic scenarios, the game was all the rage, even garnering a feature in a mystery magazine. Thus, crowning it the pioneer visual novel in the realm of indie gaming..

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For the modern version, additional content for the second half of the story has been added. We also get a zapping scenario from different sub-character’s points of view, cutting between scenes and giving us a wider perspective of the overall story.

All graphics, including characters and stills, have been given a modern, polished sheen. Additionally, horror elements can be turned on and off. But why would you do that, right?

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The game’s story follows Asumi Kamijo, who’s recently made contact with her big sister, a student at a graduate school in Tokyo. With all communication cut off, she becomes increasingly worried. In the end, she decides to go to Tokyo to unravel the mystery behind her sister’s disappearance.

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Scar of the Doll is now available on the Nintendo Switch.