Romance visual novel Aonatsu Line coming to PS4, PS Vita [Update: still under consideration]

March-released visual novel ported by Entergram.

Aonatsu Line

Giga-developed romance visual novel Aonatsu Line, which first launched for PC in March, is coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita via publisher Entergram in Japan. A release date was not announced.

A limited edition will include a tapestry of character Miki Kousaka in her bathing suit, soundtrack CD, acrylic key chain, and mini autograph cards.

Here is an overview of the game, via VNDB:

Tatsumi and his childhood friends Miki and Chihiro talked every day about what they would do during the upcoming summer vacation. By chance, they befriended the overly-honest ojou-sama Yui, who transferred to their school since she admired the co-education system, as well as kouhai Kotone, who had failed to make lasting friendships after trying too hard to fit in. This new group of five friends (?) began to plan for a memorable bittersweet summer vacation that happens only once in a lifetime.

Thanks, @Renka_schedule.

Update 11:05 p.m.: Games Talk has received a message from Entergram, which stated that PlayStation 4 and PS Vita versions of Aonatsu Line are currently in the process of being considered for release and have yet to be finalized. The original tweet we sourced for this information has also been deleted. We apologize for the error.

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