Olympia Soiree, Dairoku: Ayakashimori, and Variable Barricade coming west in 2021

Aksys Games confirms three new otome visual novels for localization.

Aksys Games will release Idea Factory-developed otome visual novels Olympia Soiree, Dairoku: Ayakashimori, and Variable Barricade for Switch in 2021, the publisher announced.

Here is an overview of each game, via Aksys Games:

Olympia Soiree

Olympia Soiree

One of the last of her clan, Olympia seeks to perform a ritual to return light to a darkened world. Struggling within this society’s strict class system, she must find a partner to help her bring unity to the land.

First released for Switch on April 16, 2020 in Japan.

Dairoku: Ayakashimori (English title pending)

Dairoku: Ayakashimori

Shino’s ability to perceive ghosts lands her a job with the secret government agency tasked with overseeing the supernatural yokai. But even she is not prepared for an assignment to a wonderous, hidden world where she must unify and watch over the yokai.

First released for Switch on May 28, 2020 in Japan.

Variable Barricade

Variable Barricade

Hibari’s wealthy grandfather is determined to find her a husband… and she’s just as determined not to accept! Will being forced to live in a luxurious villa with the hand-picked suitors result in an engagement?

First released for PS Vita on April 4, 2019 in Japan, followed by Switch on June 18, 2020.

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