In the year 199x, four girls must come together if they wish to survive on the isle of New Koza. While the console enthusiasts have to wait for a release window, PC gamers can enjoy Orangeblood starting today.
It’s the end of the 20th century, on a historic timeline different from that which we know. A manmade island off the coast of Okinawa is humming with a dirty, exotic vibe.
After a short delay, Playism has put out a new PC release date for Orangeblood. Grayfax Software’s turn-based RPG will be available through Steam in January.
The PC version of Playism and Grayfax Software’s Orangeblood has been pushed back. It will now join the game’s console versions in 2020.
A part of its TGS announcements, Playism confirmed the console versions for Grayfax Software’s Orangeblood. The game is a turn-based RPG set in an alternate timeline on an artifical island off the coast of Okinawa.
Zach wouldn’t last one minute in New Koza, what with the guns, double-crossing, and loud music. It’s a good thing Playism is producing a game that lets him live vicariously.