MangaGamer Hosting Survey To Determine Future English Visual Novel Localizations

MangaGamer Hosting Survey To Determine Future English Visual Novel Localizations

Publisher MangaGamer has begun hosting a survey via Google Docs to ascertain their users’ visual novel preferences and desires for future localizations. Additionally, the survey is only available from January 21 through January 28.

You can view the tweet initially sharing this survey below:

Recently, the publisher launched Trinoline: Genesis via their digital storefront and Steam.

Trinoline: Genesis is a fandisc filled with side stories for each character, including the sub-characters, Hanako and Ayaka. Additionally, players will find a mini-story for Towa. This will be the 18+ version of the game.

Trinoline opens with a tragedy as Shun Nanami’s sister, Shirone Nanami, drowns at sea. Stuck with the memory forever, he often is pained when thinking about the event. In order to cope, Shun vows to live in her stead and make up for the life she never got to have. As time passes, Shen attends a school like an average student, but on a day that reminded him of his sister, he heard a song that Shirone adored. Following the tune led him to the source…his sister.

However, this was not his sister as much as it looked like her. Instead, it was an android who looked exactly like her named Trino. The story follows the events after where Shun unravels the mystery, and an emotional story of the characters takes place.

In case you missed it, check out our review of TrinolineIt’s definitely a qualitative visual novel.

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