Publisher Digerati Distribution, who have published the likes of Letter Quest: Grimm's Journey Remastered and Slain: Back from Hell, have teamed up with South Korean developer Devespresso Games to release The Coma: Recut on console, a remaster of The Coma: Cutting Class.
The cult classic holds a very positive user review score on Steam as opposed to its rather more mixed critical reception following the title's original 2015 release on PC. The game is a 2D survival horror title that's made in a manwha style. Somewhat similar to the Japanese term "manga", manwha is a Korean term that refers to comics and print cartoons. To see what that looks like, feel free to check out these screenshots of the game below.
Inspired by real-life struggles faced by overworked Korean high-school students, the game tasks the player with having to make his way through a twisted version of main character Youngho's Sehwa High School. After falling asleep during his final exam, it turns out Youngho will not be the only one in this twisted world. The player has to hide and survive from a psychotic killer roaming the school halls, all of this while attempting to solve the mystery of the school that put him in this predicament. As for what this will look like to play, you can get a feel for it from the game's announcement trailer below.
The Coma: Recut is set to launch on Xbox One next month, although the exact date in August is still to be announced.
We've got the full list of The Coma: Recut achievements - check the list for guides to unlocking them.
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