Hardcore Gamer: NightCry, originally “Project Scissors”, is slowly moving through development, but some fresh info for the project could get more players interested.
NightCry, the spiritual successor to Clock Tower, features some pretty horrific elements, but they're constantly held back by its technical issues.
VGChartz's Adam Cartwright: "NightCry almost reaches “so bad it’s good” status, but veers on the side of frustrating a little too often. Combined with its short length (around 4 or so hours to see the first ending) and myriad of technical faults on Vita, it's one you'll probably want to think about before buying.
If you’re particularly interested in an old-fashioned horror title it might be exactly what you’re after. I certainly didn’t have a bad time with it, but it’s not something I can recommend unless you’re willing to put up with a massive amount of jank for an experience that definitely isn’t the best on the market."
WTMG's Leo Faria: "We are glad the Vita is still receiving new games in 2019, but we could have lived without the broken and glitchy mess that is NightCry."