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Kill the past

The Extra Contents = "Artbook" + "Comic" + "Soundtrack"

DRM-Free and Steam Key

All users that purchase this title on Playism will receive both a DRM-free copy and a Steam key!

The Extra Contents = "Artbook" + "Comic" + "Soundtrack"

ARTBOOK

Artworks from the original version + newly drawn arts from the artist Takashi Miyamoto

COMIC

Original digital comic describing the event between "Moonlight Syndrome" and "The Silver Case".

SOUNDTRACK

Total 34 BGMs from the game including the OP remix.

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  • Windows

    • Operating SystemWindows XP SP2+ or newer
    • ProcessorSSE2 instruction set support or greater
    • Memory4 GB RAM
    • GraphicsDX9 (shader model 3.0) or greater
    • DIRECTXVersion 9.0
    • Storage7 GB available space
  • Mac OS

    • Operating SystemMac OS X 10.8 or later
    • Processor1.4GHz dual-core Intel Core i5 or greater
    • Memory4 GB RAM
    • GraphicsIntel HD Graphics 5000 or greater
    • Storage7 GB available space
  • Linux

    • Operating SystemUbuntu
    • ProcessorSSE2 instruction set support or greater
    • Memory4 GB RAM
    • GraphicsDX9 (shader model 3.0) or greater
    • Storage7 GB available space

Specification

Developer

SUDA51 is known for having directed several games with Human Corporation before he decided to start GhM in 1997, which is now hailed as a company with great abilities and experience. The Silver Case was the first game that GhM developed, and was created with only 5 team members; since then the company has gone on to create games like Lollipop Chainsaw, Killer is Dead, and recently LET IT DIE, as one of Japan’s top game developers.