Visual Novel ‘If My Heart Had Wings’ Reveals English Physical Release on Switch With Improved Localization and Content from Japanese Version
EastAsiaSoft announced they will publish the Pulltop-developed romantic comedy visual novel If My Heart Had Wings physically on Nintendo Switch with pre-orders open via PlayStation on October 8 at 11 am ET.
The release will feature improved localization found in the eShop version of the game, which rivals the PC release. Additionally, fans can expect all five character routes from the Japanese version to be included in the release as well. However, don’t expect the h-scenes from the Japanese PC release. The physical release will include a copy of the game, box, soundtrack, and art book.
Originally released on Steam in 2013, If My Heart Had Wings tells the story of Aoi Minase after he suffers an accident and must return home. With his goals of being a racer fading fast, he becomes depressed, but everything changes when he meets Kotori Habane, a girl with a flat tire on her wheelchair.
After becoming friends with Kotori and learning more about his own emotions, Aoi sets his sights on the sky and dreams of flight. From this, a group of friends creates the Soaring Club. They face many hardships and obstacles as they chase their dream, but their passion will lead to achieving them.
In case you want to know more, we reviewed If My Heart Had Wings -Flight Diary-, which is a continuation of the story.
If My Heart Had Wings is available now via the Nintendo Switch eShop
You can check out the physical release below:
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