Also, seeing as it's one of those first person types without combat, and all you can do is run and hide from invincible enemies, combined with being quite low budget, it's not exactly something you'd want to pay full price for, at least without full knowledge of what it is.
I don't actually mind these types of games if they have interesting or at least passable mechanics and scares. This one has this janitor (not sure if he's human or not) who hunts you down. You can switch lights on and off, which is necessary to collect items, but can attract him, as does leaving doors open.
You have the option of English and Korean voices (and can also change all the text to Korean) which is a huge bonus for me. So far I've just been mainly wandering around reading the various Korean writings around the school.
There is one unlockable difficulty beyond hard and a lot of costumes as DLC. Some of these were at one point only available in Japan I believe. Apparently, the Japanese version made everything un-Korean, changing their school uniforms to Japanese ones and stuff like that. The JP uniforms are a DLC pack now. Japan also originally had the Blazblue pack, but that has also been released worldwide. There are two other packs I think with horror and swimsuit themed costumes. Quite a few overall at like $10 a pack. Enough to make one check the game case for the Koei Scamco logo.
I'll play it a bit more tomorrow and post how the actual gameplay is.
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