Posted Fri Oct 21, 2016 at 07:15 AM PDT by Tyler Treese
It's also getting a limited edition.
NIS America has announced that they've partnered with Grasshopper Manufacture to bring 'The Silver Case' to PlayStation 4. The first-person adventure game was originally released for the PlayStation in 1999, and made its North American debut earlier this month when a remake came out on PC. NIS America said the game will be available in "early 2017" and that a limited edition version is also in the works for North America and Europe.
The first-person adventure game has players trying to solve the case of serial killer Kamui Uehara, a legendary assassin who has killed many government officials. It's the first game that Goichi Suda, better known by the moniker Suda51, directed at Grasshopper Manufacture, and was originally only released in Japan. Suda is best known for his eccentric video games such as 'Shadows of the Damned,' 'Lollipop Chainsaw,' and 'No More Heroes.'
'The Silver Case' is available now on PC, and is coming to PlayStation 4 next year.
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