MoeNovel announced that Lovekami: Divinity Stage will launch on Nintendo Switch via the eShop on November 26.
Lovekami: Divinity Stage follows a group of Goddesses who descend to Earth to become the Top Idol. The idea comes from the sun deity, Amaterasu, wanting to teach goddesses more about the human world, which created the Divine Education Act. Now, humans and goddesses can learn more about each other and come to understand easier. There’s a Divine Idol culture in Akihabara where seven goddesses dominate as the idol group known as L☆SEVEN.
Players can interact with three possible members, Shuri Kisshouten, Kagura Amauzu, and Sara Benzaiten, to build up the idol career. During the narrative, they can get closer to the girls and possibly even romance them. Each girl unique in terms of their personality, but they each come with their own individual layers of mischief and trouble.
Additionally, the developer released a new trailer that shows the game running on Switch hardware. Players get the chance to see the characters and some of the environments that the story encompasses.
Lovekami: Divinity Stage initially launched on PC-via Steam in 2016. The Switch version does not seem to have any updates, but there are pretty ecchi CGs.
You can watch the trailer for Lovekami: Divinity Stage below:
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