Japanese Hololive VTuber ‘Korone’ has recently ventured into the realm of horror games with the surprise release of ‘Evil God Korone’ on the Switch eShop. This collaboration with the Tsugunohi horror game brings a unique twist to the typical horror gaming experience.

Priced at $4.49 on the Switch eShop, ‘Evil God Korone’ originally debuted on Steam in 2021. In this game, players will encounter VTuber Inugami Korone as a menacing entity, adding an element of fear and unpredictability to the gameplay. The infusion of Korone’s personality into the horror genre provides a fresh and engaging experience for players.

The ‘Tsugunohi’ series, created by ImCyan, is renowned for its innovative approach to horror gaming. By incorporating elements of daily life erosion and a creeping sense of unease, the series immerses players in a chilling and unsettling atmosphere. As players navigate through familiar settings that gradually distort into nightmarish landscapes, the line between reality and horror blurs.

The collaboration between ‘Tsugunohi’ and VTuber Inugami Korone presents a unique opportunity for fans to interact with their favorite virtual personality in a thrilling and immersive environment. With Korone assuming the role of an evil god within the game, players are tasked with confronting their fears and unraveling the mysteries hidden within the unsettling world of ‘Evil God Korone’.

As the ‘Evil God Korone’ makes its debut on the Switch eShop, fans of both horror games and VTubers are presented with a captivating and spine-tingling experience. Whether you are a seasoned player of ‘Tsugunohi’ or a newcomer intrigued by the collaboration, the game promises to deliver a blend of terror and excitement that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Are you ready to immerse yourself in the nightmarish world created by Inugami Korone?

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