Romance visual novel Alia’s Carnival! Sacrament Plus coming to PS4 on March 14, 2019 in Japan

Includes characters from the Flowering Sky fan disc.

Alia's Carnival! Sacrament Plus

Dramatic Create has announced romance visual novel Alia’s Carnival! Sacrament Plus for PlayStation 4. It will launch on March 14, 2019 in Japan for 7,900 yen. A 10,400 yen limited edition will also be available.

An enhanced port of the October 2015-released PS Vita title Alia’s Carnival! Sacrament, which itself is an enhanced version of the March 2014-released PC title Alia’s Carnival!, Alia’s Carnival! Sacrament Plus for PlayStation 4 includes the PS Vita version’s additional character Nana Takanashi, as well as elements from the May 2015-released PC fan disc Alia’s Carnival! Flowering Sky, like characters Shiho Koikawa and Inori Sakujitsu.

Visit the game’s official website here.

Here is an overview of the story, via VNDB:

The Sakumo ward is well known for its cherry blossoms. In recent years, as part of the redevelopment of the ward, an experimental education system was introduced where the students would govern themselves in the newly constructed Sakumodai Gakuin to improve the student life. Those students who are capable and work hard to improve the learning environment would receive various benefits. Also, it seemed that the one with the top results would get a special privilege.

Ren returned to Sakumo ward after a long time away and transferred into the school, reuniting with his timid little sister Karin and childhood friend Shiina, who had grown up to be very beautiful. On his first day at school, he was caught up in some trouble and ended up saving a girl. The girl Asuha asked him to join her club, aim for ALIA and change the school. He was puzzled over her sudden invitation, but was excited that his new school life will be surely be an exciting one.

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