Psychological Horror Visual Novel ‘Needy Streamer Overdose’ Reveals Nintendo Switch Box Art

Developer WSS Playground has revealed the box art for the upcoming Nintendo Switch port of their beloved psychological horror visual novel, Needy Streamer Overdose. The Western version of the game was renamed Needy Streamer Overload.

Not much elaboration was provided following this image reveal. Still, the title is currently planned to be physically released in Japan on October 27, 2022, so prospective players don’t have to wait for long. In addition, a Western digital launch is scheduled for the same date.

You can view the Needy Streamer Overdose Nintendo Switch box art reveal below:


In case you missed them, the Nintendo Switch announcement trailers for Japan and the West are respectively viewable below:

Needy Streamer Overload has players assume the role of P-chan, acting as both lover and producer for online streaming idol Ame-chan. Ame-chan happens to be a hot mess and begs for your approval to the point where she’ll take your advice to advance her online idol career. Unfortunately, she’s cute, selfish, and a little bit messed up… and it’s up to you to turn her into a top-tier streamer.

Gameplay has players take on the task of fostering a young girl with an unhealthy need for attention from you. If that wasn’t bad enough, she is also obsessed with the internet. Players will get to know Ame-chan and her alter-ego OMGkawaiiAngel-chan, who she becomes while streaming.

You’ll need to guide her to get more followers and comments until she becomes the most popular girl online. Of course, this all takes place over a computer screen and through chat; it’s also really unhealthy in real life, but this is a video game, so it’s cool, and we aren’t judging.

  • The title is now available on PC via Steam, which has sold over 450,000 units worldwide.
  • If you missed it, check out our review.

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Orpheus Joshua

Random gamer equally confused by the mainstream and the unusual.

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