Lacuna Walkerthe lady behind the fantastic looking art for upcoming Ackk Studios game YIIK: A Post-Modern RPG has revealed that she is working on her own project which is now live on Kickstarter, and will hit Vita if its goal is met.

Hush-Hush 229 is described to be a cross between a Stealth game and a Visual Novel, which will see players take the role of a Save Data analyst. This is described as imagining playing as Mei Ling from Metal Gear Solid 3. Check out the official description below;

Imagine playing Metal Gear Solid from the perspective of Mei Ling, or the Tanker Mission from MGS2 from the perspective of Otacon.

The player will assume the role of an operative in an MGS and Quentin Tarantino inspired tale. You’ll be responsible for the mental welfare of two operatives who are currently undertaking a sneaking mission. You’ll manage their saved datas, analyze security footage, provide digital backup during boss battles, and help them cope with the mental trauma of the battlefield.

Check out the official Kickstarter page here if you’re interested in hearing more, and check out some of the early art of the game below.

  • Devin Hudson

    This game looks awesome. I love the idea of playing as the support person, and would like to play more games in that vein (It kinda reminds me of Lifeline on PS2, which was a great game in theory that was ruined in execution by its crappy vocal recognition). I really hope this one gets funded (or that they find some way to continue working on it if it doesn’t).