Rule Of Rose

Rule Of Rose is a new survival horror title, developed in Japan by Punchline and Shirogumi, and published in Japan by Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.

About the story
In March, 1930. A young girl named Jennifer, whose parents were killed in a tragic airship accident, is taken to the Rose Garden Orphanage, located in a remote portion of the English countryside. What Jennifer discovers is a dilapidated building and a ragtag mob of children who call themselves the “Aristocracy of the Red Crayon”. The demented residents of Rose Garden kidnap Jennifer and take her into the dark heart of an impossibly large zeppelin, on a meandering course for a distant land. Now, with the help of a canine companion named Brown, Jennifer has to find valuable gifts for the Aristocracy, or suffer a fatal punishment for her insolence…

About the Soundtrack
The Soundtrack is composed and arranged by Yutaka Minobe, a self-taught musician who learned to play the piano as a four-year-old, and was composing original works by the age of eight. Yutaka Minobe’s incredible musical score for Rule of Rose enhances the emotional intensity of every aspect of the game.

The european release date is set for October 27th.

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One thought on “Rule Of Rose

  1. I too found this soundtrack to be one of the best musical pieces to appear in a videogame lately, although I’ve been having trouble finding people who share my opinion. I wrote a review for the CD in my videogames website and people didn’t even knew anything about the game.

    I’m glad I found someone who liked it. Yutaka is a great composer, no doubt about it.

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