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Little Nightmares gets April release date, new lovely trailer

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Little Nightmares tells the maudlin story of 9-year-old girl Six, who's kidnapped and forced to toil away in the depths of The Maw, a mysterious underwater resort that caters to unusual, unspeakable guests from above the waves. This new trailer shows the ways that Six can lose her battle to escape The Maw, showing how risky her journey really is and nine possible ways she can meet her maker.

Tarsier Studios' puzzle-platformer Little Nightmares is now available to pre-order via the Xbox Store, where the title's release date and retail price have been confirmed.

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A standard boxed version, including the Original Soundtrack, is available at all good video game retailers. Pre-ordering the game digitally will also give you The Scarecrow Sack and Upside-down Teapot Masks to help protagonist Six blend in among the denizens of The Maw. Both PC and PS4 players also receive the soundtrack as a pre-order bonus and PS4 players also receive a theme while PC players get a wallpaper.

Coming April 28, Little Nightmares" Six is trapped in "The Maw'. Some time, one new name and a proper publisher later (in the form of Bandai Namco, no less), Little Nightmares is nearly ready to make its delightfully unnerving debut.

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