JAST USA has released the demo for Nitro+CHiRAL's cyberpunk BL visual novel, DRAMAtical Murder, on Steam.
DRAMAtical Murder is Nitro+CHiRAL’s most popular boys’ love visual novel. Dive into a colorful world of cyberpunk, where the island of Midorijima is under the thumb of the powerful Toue Corporation. You play as Aoba, a twenty-three-year-old man working at the HumDrum Junk shop. He lives with his grandmother in the Old Residential District, a slum outside of the Platinum Jail, a mega-resort made by Toue Corp.
While other people his age are joining Ribsteez gangs, which tag locations, fight in turf wars, or immerse themselves in the VR fighting game, Rhyme, Aoba just wants to live a peaceful life without conflict. Unfortunately, strange things keep happening around him. Ribsteez gangs are disappearing without explanation and people are being forced into Rhyme battles against their will. Not only that, but Aoba’s headaches are getting worse, and he is overcome by a voice that isn’t his own.
"I will destroy you."
Midorijima. Situated to the south of Japan, this beautiful island was once a place where people lived in harmony with nature. Then the Toue Corporation took over, driving off most of the island's residents and forcing those who would not leave to live in the shadow of Platinum Jail, a walled-off megaresort where the wealthy wallow in luxury.
Aoba is a young man living with his grandmother in the Old Residential District, the last refuge of Midorijima's people. While his peers join gangs and fight for dominance of the streets or immerse themselves in the virtual reality game Rhyme, Aoba works part-time at a junk shop and hopes only that his peaceful life will last.
But strange things are happening on Midorijima, and Aoba will soon have to fight... or lose everything that he holds dear.
You can play the demo for DRAMAtical Murder on Steam. The title currently has a planned release set for sometime this month, in February 2021.
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