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Past Cure is Coming to Consoles and PC This Month

The upcoming psychological thriller from Phantom 8 studio has a new trailer for players to enjoy. This trailer for Past Cure features commentary that explains the story for all of us. Please check it out below.

 

As the trailer said, Past Cure will take players on a journey as Ian. Ian is a man who has discovered these powers that could eventually lead him down a darker path. If you want to read the official synopsis I’ll include that for you:

“After years of disappearance, Ian, a former elite soldier, suddenly appears … changed. Ian’s brother shelters him in a far off safe house to come to grips with his memory loss and the effects of the experiments he was forced to endure. In an attempt to tap into the hidden power of the mind, Ian’s captors left him scarred with unrelenting nightmares, visions and unstable powers such as time manipulation and telekinesis.

Driven by his desperate need for the truth and a thirst for revenge, Ian sets out on a thrilling hunt for the masterminds of this conspiracy. As Ian plunges into a criminal underworld in pursuit of a new lead, he is forced to use his mental powers to survive. But with each use, his mind becomes ever more detached from reality, revealing the presence of an even darker force at play.”

The game will be available for players on February 23rd for Steam, Xbox One, and PS4. A digital and retail version of the game will be available for the price of $29.99. If you have a Steam account a demo will be available next week. Click this link to look at the Steam profile.

The looks like a darker version of the movie John Wick that also includes some supernatural powers. This is one of those games that could be one of the best for 2018.

David Yerion
David Yerionhttp://www.Ticgamesnetwork.com
Living in Northern California. Nestled between Mt. Lassen and Mt. Shasta in a small town. Family, gaming and work are my life. Hit me up @davidyerion on Twitter. Playing since Atari 2600.

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