To Love-Ru Trouble Darkness: True Princess Japanese release date set

December-announced PS Vita game resurfaced and dated.

To Love-Ru

To Love-Ru Trouble Darkness: True Princess, FuRyu’s December-announced To Love-Ru game for PS Vita, will launch in Japan on November 5, the latest issue of Jump SQ magazine confirms. It will cost 6,980 yen for the standard version, 8,980 yen for the limited edition, and 6,480 yen for the download version.

The first-print limited edition will include:

  • A special box
  • Sukesuke Goggle-kun (See-Through Goggles) – Lets you see through the heroines clothes at all times, including event scenes.
  • 11 character-specific changeable cover jackets.
  • “Momo & Mea” sleeping together blanket

The “love simulation” game follows Rito Yuuki, who lost his memory as the result of some sort of happening. Rito can’t remember a thing since he met Lala, and the story develops around Rito and the loves of the heroines. There are a total of 11 to shoot for. It seems Rin will appear as one of those characters.

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