Sierra Lee has released Crimson Gray: Dusk and Dawn, a sequel to their previous yandere thriller, on Steam.
In Crimson Gray: Dusk and Dawn you play as Lizzie, a psychotic girl attempting to live like a normal person. She managed to get a boyfriend and get into college but is still struggling with controlling her sadistic urges.
The game is a sequel to Sierra Lee’s Crimson Gray, which came out a year ago. The first game spoke of how the depressive John met Lizzie, and how the tragic pair got together. In Crimson Gray: Dusk and Dawn, you will explore their first attempt at leading a stable life; however, the game’s narration will be as unstable as Lizzie’s mind.
You can read the official description and see some sample screenshots below:
(Note: This game is a direct continuation of the story of Crimson Gray.)
Lizzie has it all: a loving boyfriend, a beautiful collection of knives, and an intense desire to murder. She's escaped the conspiracy that forced her to kill in self-defense, but now she needs to adjust to normal college life.
All Lizzie wants is to act like a normal couple, graduate from university, and get married. But a committed relationship isn't enough to stabilize her, and she finds herself spending a lot of time with her knives.
This visual novels plunges you into the mind of a deeply unstable young woman, viewed entirely from her skewed perspective. Your task is to find a way for her to be a normal student, a supportive partner, and not a serial killer. This is a short visual novel with an emphasis on unreliable narration and subtle consequences of the player's actions.
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