Doukoku Soshite… remaster debut trailer

Visual novel remaster due out on April 26 in Japan.

Doukoku Soshite…

El Dia has released the debut trailer for the newly announced remaster of the 1998-released Sega Saturn visual novel Doukoku Soshite… for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

The remaster of the game will feature the following new elements:

New elements include:

  • Beautiful, high-resolution graphics
  • The addition of unused event CG
  • Revisions from the original scenario writer
  • A hint mode feature

Here’s a description of the original release, via Moby Games:

In this game, you play the role of a high-school student (whom you can name as you like). A bus takes him and his classmates to the school every day. But this time, just when the hero was talking to one of his classmates, the lovely girl Riyo, a car drove up to the bus, there was a sound of a crash, and then the hero became unconscious. When he woke up, he found himself, his classmates (most of whom were girls), and a couple of unknown people in a locked room in a strange mansion. Soon the hero realizes something terrible is going on in the mansion. People are being killed under mysterious circumstances, their corpses hidden; he finds a memo soaked in blood and a photograph. Will he be able to solve the mystery and to protect the people destiny brought him together with?

Doukoku Soshite… is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan on April 26, 2018. It will cost 7,800 yen at retail and 6,800 yen via download on PlayStation 4, and 6,800 yen at retail and 5,800 yen via download on PS Vita. A first-print limited edition will also be available for 8,800 yen and 7,800 yen, respectively.

Watch the trailer below. Visit the official website here.

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