Ratalaika Games revealed plans to publish seven visual novel games on various consoles in the west.
Long Live the Queen from developer Hanako Games is a sim visual novel where players will guide Princess Elodie through life. However, it seems she is rather unlucky as she meets her death several times. Long Live the Queen will release on PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, and Switch in 2020.
Blind Men follows Keegan on his way to becoming a supervillain. Players will aim towards ruling the world, but they can also spend some time finding love as well. Blind Men will release on PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, and Switch in 2020.
Syrup and the Ultimate Sweet is set in a candy shop where a host of characters interact. One day the owner finds a golem hidden in the shop and is convinced this is the key to unlocking the sweetest candy. The game is available now on PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, and Switch.
Angels with Scaly Wings is a detective visual novel where you explore a town after the murder of a dragon. Players will interact with dragons and learn more about the case as they get closer to the answer. Each dragon is unique, so you can expect some potential romance between these creatures. Angels with Scaly Wings will get more details later this year.
A Summer With the Shiba Inu is a dog visual novel where players will go on an adventure and meet other dogs. However, something isn’t right in this world as memories come back, and you must find your brother. Players will need to fight other dogs as they get closer to their goal.
Tales of Aravorn: Seasons of the Wolf is an RPG visual novel where players explore dungeons and fight against various monsters. The game is set in a fantasy world where they’ll have one year of in-game time to go on a quest. Choices made during gameplay dictate the ending as players find themselves fighting on over 50 different maps. More details later this summer.
Jisei: The First Case HD is an adventure visual novel where a dead body was found, and a young boy is accused of committing the crime. Players will relive the final moments of the victim’s death and catch the killer. Jisei initially released in 2010.
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