Desire: Remaster Version opening movie

Visual novel remaster due out on April 27 in Japan.

Desire: Remaster Version

El Dia has released the opening movie for Desire: Remaster Version.

Desire is set on a remote island in the Southern Sea isolated from the outside world, where there is a research institute called “Desire”. Everything researched there is shrouded in a veil of mystery and cannot be known by the outside world. The protagonist, a journalist named Albert, visits the island, where his lover Makoto is working as a researcher for Desire. While there, the two get rolled up in a major incident.

The updated release will be digitally remastered using the original images from the SS version of Desire as its base, and feature newly added eye and mouth animations, as well as new CG.

Desire: Remaster Version is due out for PS Vita, and Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10 PCs on April 27.

Watch the video below.

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