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Developed by Dontnod and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment comes a new cinematic psychological thriller that takes place in a small town where protagonist Sam wake up with a bloody shirt and no memory of what happened. Announced as part of Sony's pre-E3 reveals, it marks the first narrative choice-driven game for Bandai Namco.

Looking no doubt, to find the same sort of success that Square Enix had with the excellent Life is Strange. Trailer below.

Your story begins in the town of Basswood, West Virginia, where Sam has returned to attend the funeral of his best friend. While recovering from a heavy break-up, Sam finds himself dejected and downtrodden as he interacts with former friends in his hometown. But, things start to take a turn for the worse when Sam wakes up in his hotel room the next day. With a shirt covered in blood and no whereabouts of the previous night, it’s now up to Sam to recall his memories and search for disparate clues in Basswood to find the truth in this mysterious investigation.

Twin Mirror is due for release for PlayStation 4 in 2019.

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