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The western release of Little Busters! Converted Edition will take place on April 23, Prototype has announced. It will be sold digitally on the eShop for $44.99.

As previously reported, Little Busters! Converted Edition will have a physical version in Japan, which supports English text. Play-Asia is taking pre-orders here.

Here’s an English version of the opening movie we previously shared:

Prototype has posted the opening movie for its visual novel Little Busters! Converted Edition. Have a look at the video below.

Retailer listings have revealed the Japanese release date for Little Busters! Converted Edition. Prototype will publish the title on April 23 for 6,050 yen. As a bonus, pre-orders will include the special drama CD “‘Our’ Morning.”

Little Busters! Converted Edition comes with all additional elements implemented in the romance visual novel thus far, including full voice-overs for the main characters, supporting characters, and portrait for popular sub-character A-chan Senpai added in the PS Vita version, as well as the new event CG for certain scenes added in Little Busters! Perfect Edition for PC. That’s on top of the ability to switch between English and Japanese text at any time, a “Busterpedia” explaining the Japanese culture terms used in the game, full touchscreen control support, and the ability to play the game with a one hand via a single Joy-Con (R) in table and TV modes.

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Prototype is bringing the visual novel Little Busters! Converted Edition to Switch, this week’s issue of Famitsu reveals. It will launch in Japan next spring. English and Japanese text support will be included.

Here’s an overview of Little Busters! Converted Edition, along with a trailer:

The Grisaia Trilogy was known to be launching on Switch in Japan with English support. Now, however, we have confirmation that there will be an official western release. Prototype will have The Grisaia Trilogy ready in both North America and Europe on November 7.

Here’s an overview of The Grisaia Trilogy, along with a trailer:

Prototype has issued a trailer for the Switch release of Flowers: Les Quatre Saisons. Give the video a look below.

Flowers: Les Quatre Saisons is a collection of all four visual novels. It includes Flowers: Le Volume sur Printemps, Flowers: Le Volume sur Ete, Flowers: Le Volume sur Automne, and Flowers: Le Volume sur Hiver.

Protoype has offered up a trailer for The Grisaia Trilogy for Switch, which bundles together The Fruit of Grisia, The Labyrinth of Grisaia plus its After Story, The Cocoon of Caprice, and Shot Short Scenario stories, The Eden of Grisaia and its The Seed of Blanc Aile and Prologue stories, and The Leisure of Grisaia, The Afterglow of Grisaia, and The Melody of Grisaia. Give it a look below.

The Grisaia Trilogy launches for Switch in Japan on November 7. English and Japanese language options are supported.

According to retailer listings, The Grisaia Trilogy will be out for Switch in Japan on November 7. Pricing is set at 7,776 yen.

The Grisaia Trilogy features The Fruit of Grisia, The Labyrinth of Grisaia and its “After Story,” “The Cocoon of Caprice,” and “Shot Short Scenario” stories, The Eden of Grisaia and its “The Seed of Blanc Aile” and “Prologue” stories, and the side episodes The Leisure of Grisaia, The Afterglow of Grisaia, and The Melody of Grisaia. In other words, there’s a whole lot of visual novel content to go through here.

Clannad will end up receiving a physical version in the west after all. Limited Run Games and Sekai Games are teaming up with the game’s developers to make the release possible.

According to Sekai, a collector’s edition will be offered that “will mirror the first print release from the original Japanese PC release.” This will be the first time Clannad will be sold physically on a console in English.

Pre-orders will be opening soon, so stay tuned for news about that.

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Clannad footage

Posted on 9 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments

Footage has emerged for the visual novel Clannad, which makes its way to Switch on July 4. View the gameplay in the video below.