Sometimes You announced plans to publish the Ascension Dream developed retro point-and-click adventure Pantsu Hunter: Back to the 90s digitally on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Nintendo Switch on August 28.
Pantsu Hunter: Back to the 90s is a point-and-click adventure with visual novel elements. The game originally released on Steam after a successful Kickstarter and has a mixed reaction from those who have played it. The story follows Kenji Kojima who leaves home to attend university. Living on his own, without help from his family, Kenji becomes a handyman to get money. After a while, he ends up feeling lonely and he goes out to find his perfect girlfriend. Eventually, he also has a special power that can figure out a girl’s personality by coming into contact with her panties.
The game features nostalgic anime illustrations, English voice acting, and 18 panties to add to your collection. The PC version also received an update that includes 18+ content — images of the girls in their underwear.
The console version of the game will be available for $13.
In case you want to know more about the game, check out our review of the PC version, where we found the game to have a nice presentation, but the bugs hold it back.
You can watch the review below:
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