Shinchan: Me and the Professor on Summer Vacation -The Endless Seven-Day Journey- Gets Western Release for PC, PS4 and Switch Next Week

Publisher Neos Corporation has announced the release date for Shinchan: Me and the Professor on Summer Vacation -The Endless Seven-Day Journey-. The adventure game based on the Crayon Shin-Chan series will be available in the west on August 11. Besides the already announced digital PlayStation 4 and Switch versions, the game will also be available on PC via Steam.

Shinchan: Me and the Professor on Summer Vacation -The Endless Seven-Day Journey- tells the story of one summer vacation in the life of Shinnosuke Nohara (the titular Shin-chan). As his family goes to Asso in Kumamoto, they hope to have a relaxing time but they meet a mysterious man who gives them a weird camera. This is only the beginning of a unique summer vacation.

Developed by Kaz Ayabe, who’s better known as the creator of the Boku no Natsuyasumi adventure series. With a similar setting, the game seems to be in a similar situation as Bandai Namco’s Doraemon Story of Seasons series, bringing a familiar anime setting to a beloved gaming franchise format.

Exploring the town will include a variety of activities, including morning exercise, catching bugs, fishing and enjoying some family time. Shin-chan can also face other kids in dino card duels, which seem to be presented as if they were real dinosaurs with special powers.

Shinchan: Me and the Professor on Summer Vacation -The Endless Seven-Day Journey- will include English, German, Portuguese and Spanish subtitles in this new release and costs $39.99. It can already be preordered on the Switch eShop. The Steam version will also include Korean and Chinese (Simplified/Traditional).

Check out some screenshots below:


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Ivanir Ignacchitti

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