Yume Nikki sequel Dream Diary was, after a cryptic teaser campaign, officially announced last week.
It's made with original developer Kikiyama's input, and it's coming to Steam on February 23.
ublisher Active Gaming Media Playism once again stoked the fires with a new trailer titled "Reimagine."
Although trailer is shorter than the first two trailers, this one's every bit as weird.
New trailer offers a first look at some new characters and assets, which AGM says are taken from Kikiyama's archived ideas and design documents.
AGM also nailed down a price for Dream Diary's Western release: it will cost $20. The original Yume Nikki, meanwhile, is free on Steam.