Nutaku Launches Hair-Raising New Visual Novel CRIMSON GRAY

Nutaku Launches Hair-Raising New Visual Novel CRIMSON GRAY

Experience a Relationship Like None Other in This Thrilling and Unorthodox Romance Novel

MONTREAL, June 28, 2017 —Gaming portal Nutaku has announced today the official launch of its latest visual novel, Crimson Gray, a tumultuous psychological thriller that will transport gamers into a wild and intense romance between two young lovers. Developed by Sierra Lee, this in-depth story line follows the path of a young man who, in the midst of his depression-filled and monotonous life, finds a beautiful young girl who adds a much needed spice to his existence; although, her unstable nature may prove to be more than he can handle. In a story with multiple outcomes and vivid, uncensored scenes where every decision matters, this tale could unfold as one of heartbreak, insanity, or perhaps even a happy ending. The choice is yours…

The story picks up with our main character John, who has fallen into such a deep depression that he can only perceive the world in a shade of unfocused gray. But, just as he begins to lose all hope and purpose in life, he meets Lizzie, an affectionate and vibrant, yet violent and unpredictable girl who immediately turns his life to a bright crimson.  With your every choice affecting the mental state of the characters, it is up to you on how to navigate this relationship full of love, lust, and longing.

While Crimson Gray launches next week, there will also be a discount on Sierra Lee’s first game: Ouroboros by 66% down to $5.

Nutaku Launches Hair-Raising New Visual Novel CRIMSON GRAY

Crimson Gray is Available Here for $10.

Key Game Features

  • Deep storyline in which characters react to decisions in complex ways
  • Uncensored sex scenes woven into the story
  • Multiple endings and high replayability
  • Gallery mode to view unlocked scenes

System Requirements:

  • Windows7
  • IE 11 and higher, Google Chrome 56 or higher
  • OS X 10.9 Mavericks or later
  • Safari 8 and higher

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