First look at Robotics;Notes DaSH

Due out on November 22 in Japan.

Robotics;Notes DaSH

The Amazon Japan product page for 5pb.’s Robotics;Notes DaSH, which was recently confirmed for release on PlayStation 4 and Switch in Japan on November 22, has revealed the first screenshots and information about the game.

Here are the details:


The long-awaited sequel to the third entry in the Science Adventure series following Chaos;Head Noah and Steins;Gate. Half a year has passed since the previous title, and it is summer on Tanegashima island, where a new Robotics;Notes story that entangles youth and conspiracy will unfold. A new character that appears will undoubtedly come as a surprise to series fans.

Key Features

  • The Robo Club Members Appear Again – Robotics;Notes DaSH depicts characters such as protagonist Kaito Yashio and Akiho Senomiya, who are seeking out their dreams after high school graduation. There are many scenes not only from the perspective of the protagonist, but also from the perspectives of each character, allowing players to deeper understand and sympathize with them. Enjoy individual scenarios while a serious conspiracy unfolds. You can also enjoy characters in their yukatas and swimsuits. And there are tons of events that let you further experience the charm of each character.
  • A New Visitor Named “DaSH”?Robotics;Notes DaSH crosses over with other titles in the Science Adventure series more than ever before. Itaru Hashida, a popular character from the Steins;Gate series who is known by the name “Daru the Super Hacker,” will appear in Robotics;Notes DaSH. Given his activities as a super hacker, his entanglement with Robotics;Notes‘ otaku character Furau Koujiro is a must-see.
  • A Branching Scenario – By utilizing the “Deluoode Map” map app installed onto your “PokeCom” personal information device and choosing your destination, Robotics;Notes DaSH offers an even greater level of freedom. Also, this “Deluoode Map System” is an important factor when it comes to the game’s branching scenario.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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