MAGES representative, Chiyomaru Shikura, has shared a rather bizarre yet endearing music video titled TuRuTuRu (pronounced in English as Tuturu, originating as a catchphrase from one of Steins;Gate’s primary heroines, Mayuri Shiina) with a dance sequence featuring characters from Robotics;Notes DaSH. Namely, Akiho, Frau, Junna, and Daru are showcased hitting up the dance floor.
This video initially aired during a Science Adventure event in 2018, so this is its first official public launch since. Lyrics are also depicted for those who want to sing along or something.
You can view the TuRuTuRu dance video via Chiyomaru Shikura’s Youtube channel below:
Robotics;Notes Elite has players assume the role of Kaito Yashio, on to the last of two members of Central Tanegashima High’s Robot Research Club. He has a laid-back personality, while his colleague, Akiho Senomiya, is more reckless. The two are working towards completing a robot in order to keep the club from being disbanded. However, one day, Kaito’s relaxation has ended after the discovery of the Kimijima Report, which leads them to uncover a conspiracy targeting the entire world.
Robotics;Notes DaSH begins as the island of Tanegashima is preparing for the Summer Festival. Players assume the role of Nae Tennouji, an acquaintance from JAXA, where Kaito is introduced to Itaru Hashida, who some might know from the Steins;Gate series. Itaru is there as a tourist, but that might not be the case. A series of events lead to incidents that plunge the world back into chaos.
Chaos;Head Noah / Chaos;Child Double Pack is releasing for Nintendo Switch in the West on October 7, 2022.
Chaos;Head Noah / Chaos;Child Double Pack is a physical release of the collection that includes both games, a Steelbook, and the lingerie DLC. Regarding this, the official website states that the fictitious waifu, Seira Orgel, will not adorn her lingerie costume DLC for the North American and European releases.
Chaos:Head Noah can be seen as the director’s cut version of the original Chaos;Head which was a PC-only release in Japan. Noah added character routes and released for several consoles in Japan. Unfortunately, no edition of Chaos;Head has ever received an official localization.
Chaos;Child is a visual novel taking place 6 years after Chaos;Head Noah, focusing on a new group of protagonists. This title did receive an official English localization from publisher PQube on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and by publisher Spike Chunsoft on PC via Steam.
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