YU-NO remake launches November 17 in Japan

A girl who chants November at the middle of the month.


YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this World, 5pb’s PlayStation 4 and PS Vita remake of the acclaimed visual novel, will launch in Japan on November 17, the publisher announced. It will cost 7,800 yen for the standard edition, 7,000 yen for the download edition, or 11,000 yen for the limited edition.

The limited edition includes a five-disc YU-NO high-res soundtrack DVD and 80-page Perfect Guide featuring setting and character artwork, route charts for each heroine, and music liner notes from Ryu Takumi and Keishi Yonao, who are leading the game’s background music and arrange.

If you missed it, the latest trailer was released in December 2015.

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