Otomate: several Otome Visual Novels headed to Nintendo Switch, starting this September
Are you a fan of Otome Visual Novel / Adventure games? If yes, then now is the time to get yourself a Nintendo Switch (if you haven’t already!). Tomorrow, the Otomate label / brand will announce that they will start focusing on that platform from September onwards, with new games and ports in the works.
First, let’s start with a promotion video:
Here’s the various games from the Otomate label / brand coming to the Nintendo Switch (release dates mentioned below are only for Japan):
- Hakuoki Shinkai: Fuukaden for Nintendo Switch (out on September 6th, 7 344 Yen for the regular edition and 9 504 Yen for the Limited Edition)
- brand new Hakuoki game (no release window provided)
- Code: Realize − Bouquet of Rainbows (out on September 13th, 7 344 Yen for the regular edition and 9 504 Yen for the Limited Edition)
- Cendrillon Palika (out this year, 6 804 Yen for the regular edition and 8 964 Yen for the Limited Edition)
- Nil Admirari no Tenbin: Irodori Nadeshiko (out this year, 7 344 Yen for the regular edition and 9 504 Yen for the Limited Edition)
- LoverPretend (no release window provided). Keywords for this game: love affair, choice, effort, ideal, growth, actor, reality, dream, frustration, companion;
- Birshana Senhime ~Genpei Hen~ (no release window provided): co-developed by Red Entertainment, with character designs by Kouji Haneda)
- Shiritsu Berbara Gakuen ~Versailles no Bara Re*imagination~ (no release window provide): based on The Rose of Versailles, a famous shoujo manga;
- Sengoku Night Blood (no release window provided)
- Amnesia for Nintendo Switch (no release window provided)
NORN9 LOFN for Nintendo Switch (no release window provided)
- Reine des Fleurs for Nintendo Switch (no release window provided)
More details about those various Otomate games will be shared at a later date, most likely tomorrow when the latest issue of Famitsu and Dengeki Girl’sStyle are released. It’s not clear if those games will be released outside Japan, but considering Aksys Games has localised many of them already, it’s quite likely that at least some of them will get a western release.
The Upcoming Games page has been updated with all those new games!
Source: Famitsu / Dengeki Girl’sStyle / Dengeki
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