Undead Darlings: No Cure for Love Nintendo Switch Front Cover

Now available on Steam, PS4 and Nintendo Switch, Undead Darlings: No Cure for Love is an appealing hybrid of visual novel elements with an RPG featuring dungeon crawling, looting and turn based combat.

The story sees main character Reggie awakening from an alcohol-induced coma to find the world overrun with zombies. With the assistance of several half-human undead girls, Reggie sets out to transport the cure for the zombie plague to a place where it can be mass produced and – hopefully – save the world.

Undead Darlings: No Cure for Love Screenshot

Within the promised 50 hours of gameplay, there’s a 300,000 word script across the visual novel sections and some innovative mechanics in the RPG stages, such as Macro functions that allow you to set custom battle strategies for your group.

It being part visual novel, it’ll be no surprise that you may well be able to romance one of the half-human girls that accompany you on your journey – and they may even volunteer to test the cure.

Undead Darlings: No Cure for Love Screenshot

With a total of nine endings, Undead Darlings looks to have a lot of replay value – and its unique fusion of different game styles should set it apart from other animé-esque visual novels available on PC and console.

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