Tags: Furukawa Makoto, Hino Satoshi, Hirakawa Daisuke, Ishikawa Kaito, Namikawa Daisuke, Otomate, Saitou Souma, Toriumi Kousuke
In a town controlled by two families, the Farshi (Falcon) and the Wolg (Wolf), a dreadful creature known as the witch, whose appearance is known to be a woman with red eyes, is said to cause misfortunes. Our heroine Eiar lives in the same town, but because her right eyes turn red whenever she’s feeling strong emotions, she has to live her life pretending to be a boy named Jed, lest the people persecute her as a witch. Despite the frequent conflicts between the Falcon and Wolf families, Jed lives a normal life working as a handyman, until she is asked by the church’s acting priest to look for a treasure called the “Kaleidovere”, a symbol of peace in the town. In her search for it, Jed discovers the secret of the town, the people around her, and the her own past.
Here’s a non-spoiler review (or maybe a little?) of the second Psychedelica game that we’ve all been waiting for!