Eternal Torment Debuts A Dark Tale on MangaGamer

Not All Stories Have Happy Endings

Eternal Torment has made its debut on MangaGamer! If you're looking for a spooky story with some scary thrills, this is probably not the game for you — instead, we're about to enter a world of darkness.

MangaGamer made the announcement that Eternal Torment would be making its debut following its recent launch of WanNyan ☆ à la mode!WanNyan is a super upbeat game filled with cheery catgirls and today's release is pretty much the total opposite of that.

An evil creature named Gegg has cursed our heroine with eternal life. In a medieval world with a strict class system, this effectively strips her of any respectability in society. She soon finds herself being bullied and having a generally awful life.

Thankfully, the protagonist manages to escape her situation and travel the world. You'll follow her journey through history all the way up until the modern era. With no memories of her past, it's up to you to help her guide her future and uncover the mysteries that surround her!

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Eternal Torment is Not for the Faint of Heart

From what I can tell from the game's promotional material, Eternal Torment is a game with some seriously dark themes. You see that nice, happy dinner scene in the image above? That's an outlier.

This game deals with some seriously heavy themes. If you're looking for a light and fluffy story with cute anime girls, this isn't gonna be the game for you. If you do enjoy darker tales, though, then Eternal Torment looks like it has a lot to offer.

If you're keen on exploring a new world filled with terrible people, you can buy Eternal Torment on MangaGamer right now [NSFW] for $44.95 or your regional equivalent.

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!