Period: Cube – Shackles of Amadeus launches spring 2017 in the west

Otome visual novel gets release window in the west.

Period: Cube - Shackles of Amadeus

Aksys Games will launch Period: Cube – Shackles of Amadeus for PS Vita in North America and Europe in spring 2017, the company announced.

Here’s a full overview of the otome visual novel, via Aksys:

About

In search of your older brother’s whereabouts, you join the online RPG, ‘Arcadia’ in hope of discovering clues. Having lost consciousness after being drawn into a mysterious light, you wake up within the game’s fantasy world! Confused and shaken by your strange yet familiar surroundings, you learn that the only way to escape this world of life-or-death is to clear the game. As the game world begins to crumble and fall apart, you’ll have to rely on your expanding powers for survival!

Key Features

  • Many Roads to Victory – A branching narrative and multiple endings ensure each player will be leading their own unique story! Choose carefully, as each decision changes the path before you.
  • The Danger is Real – Prepare to be sucked into a virtual world like no other! Fraught with peril, every move could be your last. As the lone hope for Arcadia, only you can defeat the powerful forces of darkness!
  • Gripping Narrative with 30+ Hours of GameplayPeriod: Cube ~Shackles of Amadeus~ offers stylized characters, beautiful visuals and an intriguing story that will challenge your very perception of reality!

Visit the game’s official website here.

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