Let’s Manga hits PS Vita in Japan next month

Create your own manga with Granzella's low-price downloadable.

Let's Manga

Let’s Manga, the first PS Vita game from Granzella, will launch via the PlayStation Store in Japan next month for 371 yen (400 yen with tax), or free to PlayStation Plus subscribers.

The game lets players create their own manga, starting from a blank frame, by freely arranging characters, backgrounds, speech bubbles, and effect lines. Players can change the thickness of the lines and even alter the size of specific body parts on characters.

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But that’s just “Manga Edit Mode.” There’s also a “Chapter One Generator Mode,” which helps players draft an introductory chapter to a new series that they’re writing, with four different genres to choose from. The constructed manga data from this mode can be brought into Manga Edit Mode for editing.

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Watch a new trailer below.

Let’s Manga hasn’t been announced for North America and Europe yet, but an English localization for Asia has been announced. That said, it will likely see release in western territories, as well. Its developer is very global.

Thanks, Famitsu.

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