PQube announced they will release the M2 developed visual novel Tokyo School Life digitally for Nintendo Switch on February 14, 2019, in North America and Europe.
Tokyo School Life follows an exchange student living in Tokyo and three girls who you’ll get to spend the summer with. Throughout the game, players will get to hang out with the girls and get to know them. By making the correct choices they’ll become closer to the girls in an effort to find true love.
Tokyo School Life features CG images, multiple endings, and also teaching you the basics of the Japanese language since it supports Japanese text.
Additionally, the game received an announcement trailer showing the characters and a few of the adventures that players will get to go on with the girls. Each girl has a different personality and it’s up to the player to choose how they wish to spend their summer.
You can check out the announcement trailer and some screenshots below:
Author’s take: Thank you! Visual novels coming to Nintendo Switch is the best thing to happen to the console. I mean, that’s what I loved my Vita for, but that’s in the past. I’ll definitely keep my eye on this.
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