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Savior of the Abyss emerges from the darkness on Switch today

Savior of the Abyss, the RPG Maker-style indie horror adventure game from developer ALLAUGH GAMES and publisher CFK, is arriving on the Switch eShop today. The game is priced at $9.99 and takes up 917 MB of space.

A long, long time ago, the Earth was ruled by a great one known as the Tyrant and its descendants. The humans persecuted by this group banded together under another great one known as the Giver to drive out the tyrant.

With the help of the Giver—and at an agreed upon cost—the humans were able to drive the Tyrant from the Earth and were gifted a “spiritual barrier” to keep the great one from coming back. A group known as the Silent Guardians were formed in secret to protect this newly granted shield. The newly liberated human race then began to hunt the descendants of the Tyrant, sending the group into hiding to avoid extinction.

Thousands of years later… for some reason unknown to the guardians, the barrier began to collapse. To prevent that from happening, the Guardians of Silence set up a research facility they named HPI. Long after its establishment, one unknown little girl wakes up in one of the cells of the underground detention facility.

That girl’s name is Stella. She ventures out of her cell in this old facility that feels much like a prison to discover what situation she has found herself in.

The surrounding area is filled with bloodstains, corpses, and mysterious creatures that immediately attack the girl. Stella must overcome these life-threatening ordeals as she explores each area of the medical facility. In the process, she will learn the secrets of this facility and the reason she was brought here…

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