Otome visual novel Chou no Doku Hana no Kusari: Taishou Tsuya Koi Ibun coming to Switch in spring 2020 in Japan

Another otome game set to appear on Switch.

Chou no Doku Hana no Kusari: Taishou Tsuya Koi Ibun

Prototype will release a Switch version of otome visual novel Chou no Doku Hana no Kusari: Taishou Tsuya Koi Ibun in spring 2020 in Japan, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals. It will be available both physically an digitally.

Chou no Doku Hana no Kusari first launched for PC in May 2011. A PSP version titled Chou no Doku Hana no Kusari: Taishou Tsuya Koi Ibun was released in January 2014, followed by a PS Vita version a month later. These versions added an original story and many additional event graphics, as well as high-resolution images and touchscreen compatibility for the PS Vita version.

Here is an overview of the story, via VNDB:

Yuriko, a noblewoman in the Taisho Era, has a big party on her birthday. She then discovers her father is trying to find her a rich husband at the party, but she doesn’t want to have that fate. Suddenly, some rogues break into her place and start trashing the place. She grabs a wooden sword so she can fight them, but a man saves her…

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