Saekano game announced for PS Vita

5pb.-developed adventure game to use "Live2D" technology.

Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend

Famitsu leaks for this week have revealed a PS Vita adaptation of Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend called Saekano: How to Raise a Boring Girlfriend – Blessing Flowers.

Developed by 5pb. and set for release this coming spring, the game stars series protagonist Tomoya Aki in an original storyline, though it still revolves around his endeavors to produce a doujin game of his own. Over the course of the game, players raise budding heroines by recommending light novels, anime, and games that gel well with their personalities; a good match can result in the two going out for information gathering by themselves. While out and about, the girls can run into other heroines, in turn provoking arguments that the player then has to resolve, with plot developments changing based on who they support.

The game is also said to sport “Live2D” technology, which is a means of essentially providing higher fidelity animation in character portraits and has been previously used by 5pb. in past work.

Thanks, Games Talk.

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