Originally slated for an October 2015 release, Lucy – The Eternity She Wished For, was held back by developer M-Vizlab so that the PC version of the game could be completed. After that, backers were told to get hyped for a December 23rd release, but again the game was delayed. This time due to compatibility issues with some new versions of Windows. Now we’ve got a new release date to look forward to on February 26th. Fingers crossed, we might actually get the game this time.


Lucy’s story is a remake of a highly praised Korean game, localized and featuring new graphics with a streamlined story for international audiences. A PC version was also added, increasing the development time required. Despite the delays the M-Vizlab team has done an excellent job of keeping open and honest communication with backers. This seems to have payed off since the majority of comments are commending them for striving to release a well-polished game. Hopefully on February 26th, everyone can finally meet Lucy.

Joanna Mueller

Joanna Mueller

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