mirai-Developed Visual Novel ‘Destiny Star Girlfriend’ Indefinitely Delayed

Publisher Shiravune has announced a delay on the release of Destiny Star Girlfriend. Originally planned to be available today, the PC visual novel developed by mirai doesn’t have a new date for its English release yet. The publisher plans to announce a new one as soon as possible.

Shiravune did not specify what caused this delay, mentioning only “unforeseen circumstances.” The game will have an all-ages edition on Steam and another one with the full content on Johren. As usual for the publisher, the game is expected to feature mosaics on the 18+ scenes and a patch for the players who buy it on Steam.

Destiny Star Girlfriend tells the story 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 the experience, leaving what could have been alternate routes as full sequels.

Destiny Star Girlfriend‘s story is written by Harmony, with illustrations by Kannagi Rei (Princess Witches) and soundtrack by Amedio (WanNyan a la Mode). Yuuri is voiced by Ichigo Momoi, who acted as Chrono Clock‘s Dorothy Davenport and Detective Masochist‘s Nonoichi Subaru.

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Ivanir Ignacchitti

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

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