A.W. Phoenix Festa coming to Europe via PSN on July 26

PS Vita game launches the same day in the Americas.

A.W. Phoenix Festa

A.W. Phoenix Festa will launch for PS Vita via PlayStation Network in Europe, the Middle-East, Africa, and Australasia on July 26 alongside the previously announced American release, Bandai Namco announced.

The game is based on the Asterisk War light novel, which is set in a post-apocalyptic 20th century where Integrated Enterprise Foundation is formed to recover from devastation and cities are reorganized. One city, called Rikka and also known as Asterisk, sees six academies hold tournaments called “Festas” that pit its students against each other.

Read more about the game below, via Bandai Namco:

A.W. Phoenix Festa combines dating sim mechanics and combat in one game and features its own original storyline dug out the light novel series. The game will let fans experience a challenging adventure with numerous endings and multiple outcomes. Players will start the game as main character Ayato or will create their Original Characters and goes about daily school life by making friends and competing in the Phoenix Festa tournament. They will have to train themselves in order to increase their fight abilities as they prepare their participation in the Phoenix Festa tournament.

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