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“Skullgirls 2nd Encore” Reaches Preorder Goal for Free Japanese VO


Preorders for the limited edition physical version of Skullgirls 2nd Encore for the PS4 and PS Vita began on October 31. If they reached their goal of 10,000 preorders, they would patch in Japanese voices for the US/EU PS4, PS Vita, and Steam releases of the game for free.

The goal was just reached an hour ago, so expect to see that Japanese VO in your game soon! Preorders are open for another 5 hours if you are still interested. You can preorder the PS4 bundle (for $39.99), the PS Vita bundle (for $39.99), or a bundle of both PS4 and PS Vita games (for $79.99). The contents of the bundles are pictured above in the header image, while the last bundle includes an extra game for the other system.

You can find “Thank you” drawings from the Skullgirls staff after the break!

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“A Magical High School Girl” and “Japanese School Life” Game Demos are now Available on Steam


Sekai Project has put two new game demos up onto Steam today: A Magical High School Girl, developed by illuCalab, and Japanese School Life, developed by code:jp!

A Magical High School Girl is a casual, indie, adventure RPG where you play as a high school girl who is lost in a magical world on her way home. She must survive attacks from strange monsters by using her magic and crafting skills. This game comes with Japanese audio along with the choice of either English or Japanese subtitles.

The game is described on Steam below:

“The magic beckons you.” A Magical High School Girl is a magic crafting rogue-like RPG! The only weapon you possess is the magic you conjure from within. You can freely name your magic. The elemental properties and effects are generated automatically with what you typed in.

Develop the magics you obtain, gain magics from magic stones within the dungeon, and combine to develop even stronger magics.


Japanese School Life is a casual visual novel where you play as Brian, a transfer student, as he tries to get used to Japanese customs while spending a year in a Japanese high school. This game comes with Japanese audio and the option to choose either English or Japanese text, the e-mote system (a feature you may recognize from games like Nekopara), and Nekomimi Mode.

The game is described on Steam below:

Welcomed by the fluttering of cherry blossom, the main character, Brian, starts a new high school life in Japan. Brian soon starts to get along with two girls in the same class after they start to talk to him. With their help, Brian gradually learns Japanese culture and customs.

He deepens his friendships with each girl as they teach him how to study and spend time together after school. He gradually is able to survive through the commuter rush, May sickness, the rainy season, and more as he experiences Japanese culture for the first time.

Both demos are available to download now. The full game for A Magical High School Girl will be available on November 18, and the full game for Japanese School Life will be available on November 22.

You can find the trailers and some screenshots after the break!

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New PV for “Love Live! School Idol Festival ~After School Activity~”


A new promotional video has been released for the upcoming rhythm arcade game, Love Live! School Idol Festival ~After School Activity~, from Square Enix and Bushiroad! The video shows off all the members of μ’s in addition to a few Member cards and performances. This game is an arcade adaptation of the popular mobile game, Love Live! School Idol Festival, so players will be able to enjoy the same music while collecting Member and Profile cards.

The arcade game will officially be playable in Japan starting December 6, 2016.

You can watch the PV after the break!

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“Yuuki Yuuna” Prequel Film Series Release Dates


It was recently announced that Yuuki Yuuna wa Yuusha de Aru (Yuki Yuna is a Hero) would be getting a prequel and a sequel series. More information on the prequel series has now been revealed. The prequel, “Washio Sumi no Sho”, is going to be released as a three-part film series. The first is set for March 18, the second for April 2017, and the third for July 2017.

You can find the promotional video and key visuals after the break!

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“AL・FINE” is now Available on Steam


AL・FINE, a simulation role-playing game developed by CrimsonRabbit and published by Sekai Project, has recently been added to Steam!

In this simulation RPG, you play as Louis as he tries to grow his store and overpower his competition. You can customize your store, overtake rival shops, hire adventurers to search for goods in dungeons for you, and become the number one merchant in Notte Luce!

The game is described on Steam below:

“In this world, three races — humans, sprites, and kindred — coexist with their own unique cultures. Some races are on good terms with each other, such as humans and sprites, while others may not get along as well, such as sprites and kindred, but they all live together more or less harmoniously.

Nowhere is that cooperative attitude more apparent than here in the most commercially-developed town on the archipelago, Notte Luce.

The tale about to be told is about a boy named Louis and his experiences in Notte Luce.

Join Louis in his experiences running and managing an item shop in this exciting new simulation game!”

AL・FINE is available to purchase now for $14.99.

You can find the trailer and screenshots after the break!

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