First look at Girl Friend Beta for PS Vita

PS Vita adventure game due out this summer in Japan.

Famitsu has gone up with its first online preview for Bandai Namco’s newly announced Girl Friend Beta: Summer Vacation Spent With You for PS Vita.

The love adventure game is set at Seiou Academy. The protagonist, while moving throughout a variety of locations, will participate in club activities and other actions, and meet the game’s eight girls as they enjoy their summer vacation. Through conversations and events, you’ll be able to deepen your relationships. There will be original events, and of course yukatas and other summer elements.

Girl Friend Beta for PS Vita Girl Friend Beta for PS Vita

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A “Summer Madonna Monopoly Box” special edition will launch alongside the standard edition.

Girl Friend Beta for PS Vita

A price is yet to be announced, but it will include:

  • A copy of the game
  • Special box with visual drawn by illustrator unit QP:flapper
  • Eight character visual posters
  • Original bonus footage Blu-ray
  • Eight PS Vita case jackets with the girls in different outfits
  • Product code for an original custom PS Vita theme
  • Eight cards with serial codes for the smartphone version

The game is due out this summer in Japan.

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