Those fans of Devespresso Games’ South Korean horror game The Coma: Cutting Class that wished for a console version will be getting their wish.
Originally released back in 2015 on Steam, the new remastered version, titled The Coma: Recut, will be hitting PC, PS4 and XBox One in August. No concrete date has been set as of yet, but that will obviously change once August creeps closer.
Inspired by the real-world problem of Korea’s overworked high school students, the game casts you as Youngho. After drifting asleep during his final exam, he wakes to find himself trapped in a twisted version of his school, Sehwa High. And as things go, you’re not alone. You’re pursued by a psychotic killer, and must evade them while searching for a way to escape this nightmare. As part of the remastering, the game has been rebalanced with new and updated animations, mechanics, cutscenes and art.
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