Welcome to the first week into September. Can you feel the summer coming to an end? Finally some more overcast days will be moving in. The perfect kind of day to play some visual novels! The past week marked the release of 2 new major English titles for you to enjoy, but was otherwise fairly uneventful.
But don’t worry, there will be plenty of Japanese visual novels coming in the latter half of the year. As for this week the news has been split up like usual between English Visual Novels, Japanese Visual Novels, and Nukige games specifically.
English visual novels
More delay for Koi ga Saku Koro Sakura Doki
After an initial delay of a couple of days, the English release for Koi ga Saku Koro Sakura Doki (Also called Saku Saku: Love Blooms with the Cherry Blossoms), was delayed yet again. Originally the game was set to release on August 25, but was then delayed to August 31. Now it has once again been delayed to an unknown later date.
Short English title news
- KeroQ’s Wonderful Everyday was released last week.
- As well as Ne no Kami part 2.
- Humblebundle currently has a Sakura bundle available, which contains many Winged Cloud titles, including the popular Sakura Dungeon.
- The Kickstarter for Shining Song Starnova reached its initial goal.
Japanese visual novels
Harmorise opens website for Hitotsu Yane no, Tsubasa no Moto de
More than 2 years after its original appearance, Harmorise has now opened the website for the upcoming aviary game Hitotsu Yane no, Tsubasa no Moto de. The website has information on the game’s story, character profiles for the 4 heroines, as well as basic product information. So no gallery just yet.
Its expected release date has been set to December 22.
New game announcement: Imouto Paradise! 3
I don’t have an SFW image for this since there’s no official site just yet, but Moonstone Cherry has announced to be working on Imouto Paradise 3. For this sequel the art will be handled by Hinata Nao, an artist who hasn’t worked on the other Imouto Paradise games, but did for example work on Ojou-sama to Himitsu no Otome.
Fujii Kazutoshi, who previously worked on Yuuwaku Scramble, will be writing the scenario.
So far it seems that the game will release in early 2018.
Short Japanese title news
- Cosmic Cute opened the website for Unjou no Fairy Tale.
- Parasol released the trial for September game Sakura Hitohira Koi Moyou.
- Enishi Soft has also released a trial for their debut title, Oni ga Kuru. ~Ane ga Hinshi de Pinchi Desu~
- And Galette released the trial for Onii-chan, Migite no Shiyou o Kinshi Shimasu! 2.
- Liar-Soft’s Shunkyoku no Tyrhhia might release in April next year.
- Curefull Base released a 2nd OP video for Tsugihagi Make Peace (Youtube).
- Quince Soft’s Mono no Aware wa Sai no Koro reached gold status.
- And so has Monako’s Kimi ni Semaru Otome no Lesson.
- And Life 0’s Seven Days.
- While Tigre Soft’s Tonari no Shoujo expected release was moved from 2017 to tbd
- Azarashi Soft Zero’s Yami to Shukusai no Sanctuary has also been delayed by a month.
- Prekano’s Tonari ni Kanojo no Iru Shiawase will be getting a PS4 and PS Vita release.
- Hooksoft’s Amenity’s Life will also get a PS Vita release.
- SukeraSparo release patch 1.02 for Kotonoha Amrilato.
Nukige (External NSFW links)
- Atelier Kaguya TEAM Gassa-Q’s new title is Namepu!. Release planned for October.
- Debonosu will also release a game called Kagura Reimeiki in October.
- Bishop’s new game is called Kutsujoku. Release in November.
- Incarose’s November game is called Fudeoroshi Mama ~Afureru Hakudaku & Milk~.
- Crossover’s new game will be called Saimin Kenkyuu.
- Peony opened the website for Ore wa Jukujo Kyouai Shugi.
- Lune Team Bitters released the trial for Soredemo Tsuma o Aishiteru 2.
- Mink EGO also released a trial for Toumei Ningen – Iregui Chuuzou.
- TinkerBell released patch .01 for Gibo no Shizuku.
- Anime Lilith released patch 1.01 for Kangoku Academia.
We do our best to find all items that might interest you as a visual novel fan. Still, if you feel like there’s anything missing in this post, feel free to contact us on twitter or through our contact page. Next week’s post should be on schedule as usual.