Soi Kano: Gyutto Dakishimete coming to PS4, Switch, and PS Vita on February 21, 2019 in Japan

Console version to add Touko Chiyuki and Riku Kozuya sub-stories.

Soi Kano: Gyutto Dakishimete

Giga-developed romance visual novel Soi Kano: Gyutto Dakishimete is coming to PlayStation 4, Switch, and PS Vita on February 21, 2019 in Japan, publisher Entergram announced. The standard edition will cost 6,980 yen and a limited edition including a B2 tapestry will cost 8,980 yen. The Switch version will only be released via the Nintendo eShop.

The console version will feature newly added sub-stories for heroine characters Touko Chiyuki and Riku Kozuya not featured in the original PC release, which launched in January in Japan.

Here is an overview of the game, via VNDB:

Kouhei has lately been seeing dreams where he is falling, and it made him chronically sleep-deprived. So, he would take a walk every day around the school grounds for a comfortable place to take a nap during lunch break.

One day, he visited the rooftop greenhouse for the first time and took a nap there. When he woke up, there was a girl who he didn’t know sleeping next to him.

“Wah!? Why!?”
“Nn… This, is my, reserved spot…”

Yoake was a problem child at the school. Why is it that she never shows up in class even though she comes to the school? He begins to know her secret after napping together with her every day.

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