I know the statement in the headline above isn't all that shocking. Nippon Ichi's Yomawari and its cute-slash-creepy graphics and gameplay charmed me long ago--to the point that I pre-ordered a copy of the Japanese version well in advance of it hitting the streets in its country of origin. (You can check out some photos of this Vita title's case, cartridge and instruction pamphlet in this "Nice Package!" post.)
As much as this game appeals to me, though, I've yet to spend a single second playing the darn thing. Truth be told, that has more due to my lack of free time these days, as well as my bizarre inability to coax my oft-ignored Vita out of hiding on any kind of regular basis, than it has to do with some sort of dwindling attraction to Yomawari (or Yomawari: Night Alone, for those of you who are fans of its full title).
Still, I'd be lying if I said this latest Yomawari trailer, which shows off a slew of the game's many nightmare-inducing ghouls and ghosts, didn't reignite my interest in this upcoming NIS America release.
How about all of you? Does the footage above make you want to put money on a physical copy or set aside funds for a digital one (if you didn't do so a couple of months ago, of course)? Or maybe it has the opposite effect and makes you wrinkle your nose in disgust? Regardless, share your reaction to this latest Yomawari teaser in the comments section that follows.
See also: 'Who else is thrilled that Nippon Ichi's Yomawari will be released in North America later this year?' and 'Has anyone else plopped down 60 big ones for the North American version of Yomawari: Night Alone?'