mirai-Developed Visual Novel ‘Destiny Star Girlfriend’ English Edition Announced by Shiravune

Publisher Shiravune has announced the English release of the visual novel Destiny Star Girlfriend. Also known in Japan as Shukusei no Girlfriend -the destiny star of girlfriend-, it was developed by mirai and published originally in 2018, getting two sequels and an alternate story focused on a side character called Fujiko. The game will come West on PC (Steam) with English and Chinese subtitles on Q4 2023.

In Destiny Star Girlfriend, we assume the role of Seiji, an everyday guy who’s suddenly attacked by space demons. Luckily, his classmate, Yuuri, who just happens to be the girl he likes, comes to his rescue using magical powers to deal with them. However, the battle leaves the two fatally wounded, forcing Miss Fujiko to come and aid them by tying their life forces together.

Now, they’ll have to rest for three months while living together so that they can avoid certain death. This is a big opportunity for Seiji to finally confess his love for Yuuri during the full volume. Though the game features multiple choices, there’s a single ending to their experience, leaving what could have been alternate routes as full sequels.

The story is written by Harmony, with illustrations by Kannagi Rei (Princess Witches) and soundtrack by Amedio (WanNyan a la Mode). You can also check out the Destiny Star Girlfriend Japanese opening video with the song Magical Girl☆Conflict performed by Matsushita below:

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

Random Japanese games are my jam. Handhelds, RPGs, VNs and PC banzai.