Vampire Therapist is a dark comedy visual novel game coming to Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Little Bat Games has poured a lot of hard work and creativity into developing this unique experience. Due to make its way onto Steam in early summer.
Let’s talk about something unique hitting Steam on June 17th, Vampire Therapist. This isn’t your usual run of the mill content; it’s something fresh and exciting, especially if you’re into exploring the minds of vampires.
So, picture this: You’re Sam, a cowboy turned vampire. Sam’s not just any vampire; he’s on a quest to find meaning in his endless life. And he’s not alone. He has a 3,000 year-old therapist, Andromachos, who’s also a vampire. Together, they dive deep into what it means to live forever.
Now, here’s the twist: Vampire Therapist is not just about Sam. It’s packed with other vampires, each with their own quirks and issues. Imagine diving into their stories, understanding things like fear of open spaces or being way too into themselves. And as a result, you get to help them. It’s about showing these age-old creatures that there’s more to their existence than just, well, existing.
Vampire Therapist Reveal Trailer
The team behind this Linux title is small but talented. They’re based in Berlin and have teamed up with Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg. The vibe? Think dark European nightlife mixed with laughs, kind of like “What We Do in the Shadows” and “Horrible Histories”. Dueto be a blend of deep, thoughtful content with characters that’ll make you smile and think.
And here’s some further detail: The people behind the title teamed up with real therapists. That means all the techniques you’ll see in Vampire Therapist are legit. It adds a layer of authenticity to the whole experience.
Cyrus Nemati, the Creative Director and the brain behind the dialogue and characters, believes in the power of therapy. This isn’t just about fun; it’s about showing that therapy can be for anyone, even those who’ve been around for centuries.
Vampire Therapist” is a dark comedy visual novel shaping up to be a unique and thought-provoking ride. It’s not just about playing; it’s about exploring, understanding, and maybe even learning a thing or two about the complexities of the mind. If you’re into games that offer more than just action, but also make you think and feel, this one’s definitely worth checking out. Due to make its way onto Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. So be sure to Wishlist it on Steam. Due to be priced at $14.99 USD / £12.49 / 14,99€.