White Robe Love Addiction coming to PS Vita in Japan this April

From the studio behind White Robe Love Syndrome.

White Robe Love Addiction

White Robe Love Addiction will launch for PS Vita in Japan this April, this week’s Famitsu reveals.

The adventure game, developed by the same team behind White Robe Love Syndrome for PC and PSP, stars heroine Asuka Daiko, who has just entered nursing school. It depicts a story of friendship as its heroines make their way to becoming full-fledged nurses.

Here’s a list of characters:

  • Asuka Daiko – The main character. She doesn’t have a bad head on her shoulders, but her memory isn’t so great.
  • Nao Daiko – Asuka’s sister, but she was born within a year of Asuka, so they’re in the same grade. She has great love for her sister.
  • Itsuki Tendo – Asuka’s classmate and the daughter of a distinguished family from a traditional Japanese dance school. She enjoys dirty jokes and sexual harassment.
  • Sakuya Takeda – Another of Asuka’s classmates. She’s the daughter of millionaire parents, and is stubbornly obstinate.
  • Kaede Ohara – A member of the school’s teaching staff. She comes from a reputed nursing family.

Thanks, Games Talk.

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