Suzaku Games, the developer behind Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story, had their Twitter account banned back in late May, 2020 for undisclosed reasons. Well, Suzaku is back, and they’re focusing entirely on promoting their upcoming sexy hand-animated project, Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story.
The return to form wasn’t one that came with a big to-do or a celebration, but was instead more-so a low-key alert for fans following the indie project to let them know that they could still get news and information about the upcoming title from the developer’s new Twitter account.
This is the official SUZAKU twitter account, focusing 100% on our games and studio.
We can’t wait to connect with all of our fans and customers!
— SUZAKU (@SUZAKU_Games) June 25, 2020
The tweet was made on June 25th, 2020, just over a month after the original account got nuked.
Sense: A Cyberpunk Ghost Story has been making its way through mostly independent news outlets since the larger sites refuse to cover games aimed at straight male audiences. As ludicrous as that sounds, it’s sadly the reality that we live in at the moment.
Thankfully, the game did manage to successfully get crowdfunded through Kickstarter back in late 2017.
The developer is also quite based and informed other developers and content creators to never apologize to the SJW menace, because those people will not stop until they destroy everything.
Also, to help development and logistics along, indie publisher Top Hat Studios was signed on to help publish the game for home consoles and PC when the time comes.
For now, Suzaku appears to be neck-deep in development and focused on getting the game up and out for their audience.
We’ll keep you posted on when the release date is finally set in stone for the sexy new cyberpunk ghost tale.
(Thanks for the news tip 4KMadLad)