All-ages romance visual novel Fragment’s Note is now available on Switch in English and Japanese. The game was initially released for mobile platforms in 2012 by Ullucus Heaven, with English translations released shortly after, although the Android versions are no longer available.
The story begins with high school student Tenjou Yukiha confessing to his crush and getting shot down. Suddenly a young girl named Miu appears, claiming to be his daughter who’s time traveled from the future to change his life for the better. There are three girls to romance: Mischa, a Russian transfer student; Eri, a smart and popular classmate; and Haya, Yukiha’s stepsister, and the school nurse.
The Switch edition, Fragment’s Note Plus, was released for the game’s 10th anniversary and features all-new artwork, full Japanese voice acting (minus the protagonist), and extra features like character profiles and a story flowchart.
While the sequel games Fragment’s Note: After Stories and Fragment’s Note 2 haven’t been released yet on Switch, you can still buy them on iOS and Android if you want to read more of this story.
Check out the Fragment’s Note Plus OP below:
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