Otome visual novels Sanzen Sekai Yuugi and Koshotengai no Hashihime coming to PS Vita

Two new otome ports from Dramatic Create.

Sanzen Sekai Yuugi and Koshotengai no Hashihime

Dramatic Create is bringing otome visual novels Sanzen Sekai Yuugi ~MultiUniverse Myself~ and Koshotengai no Hashihime to PS Vita as Sanzen Sekai Yuugi ~Re Multi Universe Myself~ and Koshotengai no Hashihime Noma, respectively, the company announced.

Sanzen Sekai Yuugi ~Re Multi Universe Myself~ will launch first on August 30 in Japan for 6,900 yen at retail and 6,400 yen via download. In addition to new scenarios and CG, the PS Vita version will feature refinements to the original event graphics, plus high-resolution and touch screen controls support. Visit the official website here.

Koshotengai no Hashihime Noma will follow this fall in Japan. Further details, including any potential additions to the PS Vita version, were not announced. Visit the teaser website here.

Here is an overview of each game, via VNDB:

Sanzen Sekai Yuugi ~Re Multi Universe Myself~ (VNDB)

The story is set one hundred years into the future. Forty years has passed since the discovery of “parallel universes (multiuniverse).” And globalization, as well as science and technology, continue to advance. The protagonist, Tomoe, makes a living out of chasing criminals as a bounty hunter. But due to information from Kira Seishiro —an administration bureau member of public security transfer— in order to save her endangered self on another Earth, she departs on a journey throughout the multiuniverse.

Koshotengai no Hashihime Noma (VNDB)

Jinbochou, Tokyo
June 1922, Taisho Era
The Rainy Season

Tamamori came to Tokyo with his sights set on getting accepted to the Imperial University. However, he doesn’t pass the entrance exam, and is so undisciplined and wrapped up in endless fantasies that he’s kicked out of his boarding house after only two years. Through a stroke of luck, Tamamori begins to live and work at Umebachidou, a used book store. There, he enjoys whiling away his time as a “student preparing for entrance exams” and taking advantage of friends who are also from his hometown. But one right after the other, mysterious deaths befall those friends and, realizing he’s been repeating the same rainy three days over and over again, Tamamori finds himself racing throughout Jinbochou to save them.

In this pop-occult mystery that surrounds the deaths of his friends… What is real, and what is a hallucination?

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