Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is a Gothic, exploration-focused action platformer. You are Miriam, an orphan scarred by an alchemist curse which slowly crystallizes your skin. You must battle your way through a demon-filled castle summoned by Gebel, your old friend whose body has become more crystal than flesh.
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- "I like it. The way the light shines across your sickness."
- —Koji "IGA" Igarashi(?)
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- ...Game producer Koji Igarashi tricked Michiru Yamane into joining the production of Bloodstained by getting her really drunk?
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