Mary Skelter Finale Revealed by Compile Heart

Yesterday Compile Heart released a video mentioning that it would announce the final game of a popular series. Today the mystery has been solved, and it’s Mary Skelter Finale.
The video, which you can see at the bottom of the post, starred president Norihisa Kochiwa as he announced that the last number of Dengeki PlayStation (which is closing its magazine and converting to an online-only publication) releasing on March 28 would include the announcement of the final game of a popular series. 
The presence of blurred posters showing Neptune from Hyperdimension Neptunia made many believe that Compile Heart was ready to announce the last Neptunia game, but this isn’t the case. The posters were likely cheeky misdirection. 
Today Amazon Japan posted the cover of Dengeki PlayStation (via GamesTalk) and it mentions “Kamigokuto Mary Skelter Finale” which appears to be indeed the last game of the Mary Skelter series.
At the moment, we don’t have full information about the game, including the platforms. Yet, the fact that it’s on Dengeki PlayStation obviously indicates that it’ll come at least on PS4. 
That being said, this doesn’t mean that we’ll get to play it on Sony’s console, considering that Idea Factory International skipped the PS4 version for Mary Skelter 2, likely due to Sony’s recent restrictive policies toward fanservicey games. 
In any case, of course, the game has been revealed only for Japan, so there’s no word on whether it’ll come west at all or not.  


Thursday January 01, 1970

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Thursday January 01, 1970