[Unboxing] Kholat

by EdEN, Owner

Are you ready to check out an unboxing for a first-person psychological horror game on Nintendo Switch? Then check out Kholat from Red Art Games!

Kholat from IMGN.PRO is a first-person psychological horror game on Nintendo’s hybrid console. The game’s story is based on the Dyatlov Pass incident, a real-life event in which nine Russian hikers ended up dead in the Ural Mountains way back in 1959 under unknown circumstances. The story is narrated by Sean Bean as you explore the Ural Mountains and try to find out what has happened to the hikers. Of course, things are not what they seem, and some strange things start to happen during your journey through the mountain.

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I got a chance to review the game back when it was available digitally on the Nintendo Switch eshop and enjoyed the challenging psychological horror experience through the harsh weather conditions on the mountain. Now, thanks to Red Art Games, you can add a physical copy to your Nintendo Switch collection!

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This particular physical Nintendo Switch physical release comes with a slipcover. Once you remove it, you’ll notice the cover art for the slipcover and for the game’s case is different.

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The back cover for each one also features some differences here and there on how the Kholat short info blurb and the screenshots are presented.

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The inside of the case features some extra art giving you a glimpse of the world of Kholat, along with what seems to be an old newspaper detailing some of the events surrounding the disappearance of the hikers on the mountain. Can you survive and find out the truth before it’s too late?

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There are only a few physical copies left for Kholat on Nintendo Switch, so you better act fast if you want to add a copy to your collection!

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