Our World is Ended launches November 9 in Japan [Update]

PS Vita game costs 6,800 yen.

Our World is Ended

Our World is Ended will launch for PS Vita in Japan on November 9 for 6,800 yen, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals.

The magazine also introduces characters created by the demon program, including a large-chested character named Elory Newneu (voiced by Kikuko Inoue), a shotacon character named Nico Shota (voiced by Noriko Hidaka), and a bear named Junkuma (voiced by Etsuko Kozakura).

Read more about Our World is Ended here and here.

Thanks, Famitsu and Ryokutya2089.

Update 6:55 a.m.: Here are a few new details:


  • New World Goggles – An AR device that the protagonist and company can equip in order to enter the game world “New World Experience.” The goggles are customized by each character.


  • Elory Newneu (voiced by Kikuko Inoue) – A green-haired elf equipped with bikini armor, reminiscent of old eroge.
  • Nico Shota (voiced by Noriko Hidaka) – A naive young boy.
  • Junkuma (voiced by Etsuko Kozakura) – An expressionless bear-type robot.
  • Girl A – A mysterious girl. Is she an enemy or ally?
  • Beroberos – He appears to be a vicious monster, but he is set to only target women whose chest size is above a certain level.

Thanks, Hachima KIkou.

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