Pika Pika Nurse Monogatari: Shounika wa Itsumo Oosawagi coming to Switch on April 2 in Japan

First released for 3DS in November 2016.

Pika Pika Nurse Monogatari: Shounika wa Itsumo Oosawagi

Nippon Columbia has announced Pika Pika Nurse Monogatari: Shounika wa Itsumo Oosawagi for Nintendo Switch, a Switch version of its November 2016-released 3DS game of the same name. It will launch on April 2 in Japan for 4,800 yen.

Here is an overview of the game, via Nippon Columbia:

  • Help Cure the Sick and Injured Kids Who Come to the Doctor – The player works at the pediatric ward of the general hospital. From nursing outpatients to hospitalized children and newborns, you will need to handle various tasks.
  • A Dramatic Day-to-Day with Unique Characters – From a strict, but caring female doctor to a handsome male nurse, unsociable and little-talking male doctor, and others, everyone on the pediatric staff is unique in their own right. Dramatic exchanges between the staff will unfold through conversation breaks between treatments, run-ins on days off, and more. Furthermore, voice acting in conversation scenes bring out the characters’ personalities even more.
  • 15 Mini-Games to Play – From helping the doctor with medical examinations to assisting inpatients and more, there are 15 nurse task mini-games. The more skillfully you clear the game, the higher your results, and the higher your rank as a nurse will increase. Some mini-games support touch operation.
  • Customize Your Avatar’s Outfit and Hair Style – The outfit and hair style customization of the Akogare Girls Collection series remains present in this game. There are a total of 87 clothing items that you can freely mix and match, including tops, bottoms, socks, and shoes. There are also a total of 35 hair style and color variations.

Visit the official website here.

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