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About this game
Developer: Experience Inc.
Content Rating: Mature
In death mark, a strange rumor is spreading in Tokyo's H city: those who possess the “mark” will die. Unexpectedly appearing on the body, like a chewed up birthmark, the “mark” is said to result in an unknown death. Now, having lost your memory, you Stand before a mysterious House said to protect those who possess the “mark” as the doors swing open, the countdown to death has already begun.
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Horror works often struggle to straddle such lines, but ultimately there is an element of responsibility to tackling certain subject material that I do not believe is handled with care here. On the other hand, Death Mark does nail its atmosphere of otherwordly unpredictability, looming dread, and urgency that sells its central plot quite well. Do approach Death Mark with caution, but if that approach does happen, know that there is play and design here that stands among the best of this year’s horror offerings.
I would recommend Death Mark to Japanese horror fans and curious parties alike, but at a lower price point. It just needs more content for me to recommend it at $50. Another chapter, better writing, more variety, anything. It needs a little something to make it memorable, something that it just doesn't currently have.