First look at Himouto! Umaru-chan PS Vita game

Training simulation game due out this winter in Japan.

Himouto! Umaru-chan: Umaru Training Plan

FuRyu has officially announced and launched the official website for its latest PS Vita game adaptation Himouto! Umaru-chan: Umaru Training Plan.

The training simulation game puts players in the role of Taihei Doma, brother of the seemingly perfect and beautiful Umaru Doma, who secretly converts to an otaku, is lazy, and eats junk food when at home. During Training Parts, players will communicate with and help Umaru get rid of her sloppy lifestyle, with her improving based on your level of communication. During adventure parts, the game will play out like a traditional visual novel. The story will change depending on the player’s choices. The same actors from the anime will voice the characters, with the game’s heroines being fully voiced. FuRyu promises a number of original event CG, too.

Himouto! Umaru-chan: Umaru Training Plan is due out for PS Vita in Japan this winter (2015) for 6,480 yen standard, 6,000 yen via download, and 9,980 yen for the limited edition, which includes a a Sankaku Head-illustrated special booklet, drama CD, bath poster, “Idol Costume” original costume downloadable content, and four changeable jackets for the box. Pre-orders will also include the “Swimsuit Santa” original costume downloadable content.

View more shots of the game over at the official website’s system page.

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