Bokosuka Girls: Tatsunoko Gakuen Climax development temporarily halted

A message from V3.

Bokosuka Girls: Tatsunoko Gakuen Climax

After years of silence, developer V3 has announced that development on Bokosuka Girls: Tatsunoko Gakuen Climax has temporarily halted.

Here is the full message, via V3’s official website:

Thank you very much for your continued support.

At this time, we would like to inform you that development on Bokosuka Girls: Tatsunoko Gakuen Climax, which was in development at our company, has temporarily halted.

Although development on the title has continued since its announcement in 2013 (Editor’s Note: This is an error on V3’s part, it was announced in 2014), we have temporarily halted development due to the current state of consumer game development and our company’s direction going forward.

To everyone who looking forward to the release of this title, as well as to Tatsunoko Production, who were very cooperative, we are terribly sorry.

We will strive at to develop games that everyone can enjoy in the future.

Please give V3 your continuous support in the future.

Bokosuka Girls: Tatsunoko Gakuen Climax was first announced for PS Vita in September 2014. It only received a few updates since, including a few screenshots, a trailer, a new character reveal, and some story and gameplay details. It was originally planned for release in Japan in 2015.

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