Chorus Worldwide Greenlights Award-Winning Last Time I Saw You to PC, Consoles in 2024


OSAKA, Japan — November 17, 2022 — Chorus Worldwide today announces that it will publish Maboroshi Artworks’ award-winning Last Time I Saw You, the fully hand-drawn narrative adventure about a cursed love set in late ‘80s Japan, on PC via Steam, PlayStation 5|4, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch in Summer 2024.


Explore the Japanese countryside as Ayumi, a 12-year-old boy on the verge of becoming a teenager. In his dreams, he sees a strange girl who may be responsible for a curse on his town, yet he feels an inexplicable attraction toward her. Unravel the complicated truth on Ayumi’s emotional journey of self-discovery as he marches toward adulthood. Grow and change through the trials and tribulations of a first love.


Embrace a series of existential questions while roaming fantastical hand-drawn environments and socializing with local townsfolk. Step forward into a coming-of-age tale full of forests crawling with helpful creatures, dangerous threats and an unrelenting typhoon. Succumb to a dreamlike mood courtesy of an ethereal ambient lo-fi soundtrack.


Last Time I Saw You charmed us from the very first time we played the demo,” said Shintaro Kanaoya, founder and CEO of Chorus Worldwide. “This beautiful, haunting, and enjoyably playable adventure will stay in gamers’ hearts for a long time and we’re so excited to work with Juan and the Maboroshi team to bring the game to life.”


"This game was born from a heartbreak that I experienced some years ago," says Juan Fandiño, creator of Maboroshi Artworks and Last Time I Saw You. "I decided to take all the conflicting emotions I had inside and try to make something useful with them, transforming them into a somewhat healing experience that other people could also enjoy and relate to."


Last Time I Saw You launches Summer 2024 on PC via Steam, PlayStation 5|4, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch. For more information on Last Time I Saw You, follow Maboroshi Artworks on Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Discord, check out Chorus Worldwide on Twitter, and visit the official page at Chorus Worldwide’s website.


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