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[18+] MangaGamer Release Kara no Shojo 2 in Time For Halloween


Serving as a sequel to both Kara no Shojo and Cartagra – Affliction of the Soul, visual novel publisher MangaGamer have announced their English localised release release of Innocent Grey’s Kara no Shojo 2 (Aka. Kara no Shoji – The Second Episode). Like its predecessor, Kara no Shojo 2 features both standard visual novel mechanics and interactive investigation sequences, tying in with the storyline and chosen story genre.

Kara no Shojo 2 features full Japanese voice acting, and does not come with any mosaics over the character’s “naughty bits”. Now available for download via the official MangaGamer online store, it is possible to pick up this visual novel for $39.95 USD.

Official Synopsis for Kara no Shoujo 2

In the period known as “pre-war,” when Japan was taking its first steps into conflict… In the snowy mountains of the west, there is a settlement called Hitogata. In this place, with its strange custom of worshipping a clay doll called Hinna-sama, a woman is killed on the night of a festival. The villagers unanimously refer to this incident as “Hinna-sama’s Curse.” They say that she was cursed for worshipping Hinna-sama despite being unworthy.

December, 1957.

It’s been almost two years since Kuchiki Toko was abducted from her hospital room. Tokisaka Reiji’s sister, Yukari, saves a man attempting to commit suicide. The man is a victim of “Hinna-sama’s Curse,” which has resurfaced in the present… Tokisaka Reiji acts to sever the delusions that span the war. All the while carrying his own delusions about Toko in his heart…

At the same time, a religious group that was thought to have disbanded six years ago begins to move again. What could it be scheming? Even if Heaven brings down a curse, it is human hands that enact it.

Sample CG Artwork

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