Tarsier Studios’ horror-adventure Little Nightmares is available to pre-purchase digitally via the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One store as well as on Steam and GOG.com for PC users.
If you like physical copies you can also head to retail stores and pre-purchase The Six Edition.
Details: Little Nightmares
- Title: Little Nightmares
- Studio name: Tarsier Studios
- Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
- Platforms: PC / Mac / Linux (via Steam), PlayStation 4 and Xbox One
- Price: £15.99 ($19.65)
- Release Date: April 28th 2017
- Genre(s): Adventure, Horror, Atmospheric
Minimum System Requirements
- OS: Windows 7, 64-bit
- Processor: Intel CPU Core i3
- Memory: 6 GB RAM
- Graphics: Nvidia GTX 480
- DirectX: Version 11
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 10 GB available space
About Little Nightmares
Trapped within a mysterious and gloomy world known as “The Maw” with nothing but her wits and a lighter. Our main character named, Six, must find light in the darkness and strength in her weakness to survive the attention of its dark and monstrous residents to escape to the outside world. Be careful whilst playing Little Nightmares, each room is a cell, each resident is a threat, and both are puzzles to untangle. Hide and sneak from the dangers that lurk in the darkness and climb your way out and escape the chasing monsters.
The Little Nightmares “The Six Edition” pre-purchase (which can be pre-purchased now only at retail stores) contains the following items:
- 10cm figurine of “Six” trapped in a themed cage box
- Little Nightmares Original Soundtrack
- Exclusive A3 poster
- Sticker board
The digital pre-purchase of the game will contain “The Scarecrow Sack” and “Upside-down Teapot Masks” to assist Six to blend in with the evil inhabitants of The Maw. PS4 and PC users will also receive the original soundtrack as well as exclusive wallpapers for their console or PC.
The Maw Is Creepy
The Maw, the name of the ship Six is trying to escape from, it certainly looks nightmarish and evil. Based on the trailers, the lighting and grainy feel sends a very creepy vibe. We’re looking forward to seeing more teasers and content leading up to the games’ release in April.
Now I have to try to sleep tonight, thanks for that Tarsier…