In Mary Skelter: Nightmares, youíll immediately notice how creepy this place is. Of course, you wonít have any clue of the full extent of how creepy until you start playing. This world is Hell, and itís easy to see why. The people are stuck in a living city called Jail. The walls of the cells are quite fleshy and everything is bloody-looking and gross. You have to feel bad for all the people stuck in this place. Nothing is clean and white, except the clothing for the people of the Order of the Sun. Everyone else is clothed in black and red. Given that pretty much everything is scavenged from the remains of the city that was once there, the inhabitants show creativity in their clothing and living areas. While the color palettes are all dark, theyíre varied in looks. The monsters are the same. You can almost tell what they might have been before they were changed by Jail, but theyíre definitely monstrous now. The Nightmares can possibly give you nightmares when you fall asleep. Theyíre beyond creepy!
The music is very interesting. Itís like chamber music at times and at others, it's a fast pop. Whatever you want to call it, it fits the story well. You can choose between English and Japanese for the audio. Youíll also have subtitles in English, so if you choose Japanese, youíll still know whatís going on. In both languages, the voicework is well done. They did a great job of matching the voices to the characters and their personalities.