Yomawari: Night Alone/HtoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary Limited Edition Still Available For Preorder On PS Vita

The last few copies of the limited edition for Yomawari: Night Alone that includes HtoL#NiQ: The Firefly Diary for PS Vita are still available. The game will be releasing October 25th, and the limited edition includes:


  • Yomawari: Night Alone
  • Htol#NiQ: The Firefly Diary
  • The Collector’s Box
  • The Firefly Diary Artbook (36 pages) and Yomawari Artbook (12 Pages)
  • Official Firefly Diary and Yomawari soundtrack
  • Heat-changing tumbler
  • Reversible Cover
  • Signed Picture

This is an amazing bundle, and I would highly recommend getting it at the NIS America before they finally run out of stock.  It’s $59.99 USD for the bundle, but for just the standard edition it’s $39.99 USD. The bundle is apparently selling on Amazon as well for $49.99 USD here.


There is a mousepad available separately for $14.99 USD on the NIS store coming out the same day as the game.

Also, for those who don’t know much about the game, here’s a some information regarding both the games:

It is night, and a young girl is home alone, her dog missing and her sister out to search. Worried for their safety, she decides to travel outside, but has the chilling realization that the town is dark and unfamiliar. Even worst, spirits are wandering the town, stalking her every move. To find her beloved dog and sister, she must hide, outsmart, and outrun the spirits. Yomawari is a top-down psychological horror survival game with plenty of horrifying spirits that will kill if given the opportunity. Do you remember when you were afraid of the dark?


A side-scrolling puzzle platformer, The Firefly Diary has the mysterious girl Mion guided by two fireflies. One is a light firefly named Lumen, and the other a firefly in the shadows, Umbra. She woke up lost, alone, and with no memory of where she is or the whereabouts of her parents. Discover Mion’s connection between the fireflies, the ruins she woke up in, and the terrors within.


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