Death Match Love Comedy!: pubblicato l’opening movie dedicato al titolo su Nintendo Switch

Kemco ha recentemente pubblicato l’opening movie di Death Match Love Comedy!, prossimamente disponibile sui Nintendo Switch nipponici.

Il remake della popolare romantic comedy novel uscita su Android e iOS, sarà pubblicata il prossimo 25 giugno 2020 sull’eShop giapponese di Nintendo Switch, al prezzo di 3,000 yen.

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“Get confessed to and explode!” A school romantic comedy novel adventure game!

This is a madcap school romantic comedy where the protagonist, who is cursed to explode if anyone confesses their love to him, must avoid the confessions of the girls that approach him as he confronts the school’s curse and mysteries.

This is a full remake of the smartphone game that boasts 4.5 stars on the App Store and Google Play, now with completely new graphics.

Key Features

  • The Long-Awaited Full Remake of Raging Loop‘s Sister Title – A unique romantic comedy title by Amphibian, who previously wrote the scenario for the popular adventure game Raging Loop, now with completely new graphics. It shares the same world view as the popular Raging Loop, and even features some of the game’s characters and settings.
  • Suddenly Popularity is Tied to Exploding?! A Unique Story of Laughter and Madness – Kei Yagi is a high school student whose body will explode if someone confesses their love to him. If the madly in love heroines confess, he will immediately explode. A unique school romantic comedy story full of laughter and madness will unfold. It is about 30 hours in length.
  • Play Comfortably with the Scenario Chart – The Scenario Chart system popularized by Raging Loop has been improved, allowing you to re-read dialogue and make new choices with one touch. With dramatically improved and stress-free playability, there is no longer any need to save for each choice you make.
Precedente Re:Zero – The Prophecy of the Throne, il titolo in arrivo nell'inverno 2020 sui Nintendo Switch giapponesi Successivo Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, le nostre prime due ore di gameplay dai Nintendo Switch europei