Leaving aside something as Lone Survivor or Home, which could be adorable but not entirely, in the West there are many games that combine the terror with a cosmetic cute girls loggerhead with gigantic eyes and gaze of fawn. Why Yomawari: Night Alone can be an interesting proposal, a curious and unusual twist to the survival horror that comes, as it could not be otherwise, of Japan.
This one came out in Japanese territory on the eve of Halloween of last year and at the beginning of 2016 NIS America warned that they were already working to locate him to throw it in the Western market. Now finally have dates and, more important still, platforms: because in addition to exit PlayStation Vita day 28 October (that in Europe; in America would be 25), Yomawari will be released also on Steam three days earlier for everyone.
Yomawari: Night Alone is work of the Studio Nippon Ichi Software, the same people who is in charge of the Disgaea, and based on a simple premise: a girl loses her puppy pore while he walked it, so returning to house her older sister asks him to wait there and that she will find the poor dog. The hours pass and no one returns, so the girl goes to find his family in closed night, walking the streets of a town that now looks different and in which evil spirits haunt it and pursue it. Apparently the game has also much stealth, mislead and hide from the ghosts.
The physical version of the game for Vita will include a copy of the htoL #NiQ: The Firefly Diary, another Nippon Ichi game with such an approach also related to terror and the German which sells for 15 euros, on Steam