According to GEMATSU, Video Games Plus has opened pre-orders on a worldwide-exclusive limited physical edition of the PQube-published, M2-developed romance visual novel Tokyo School Life for Switch. It costs $39.99 CDN and is limited to 5,000 prints.
On the official website this is the description:
Find your high school sweetheart – Meet and befriend Karin, Aoi, and Sakura: three charming girls who attend the same school and dorm as you, spend lunch breaks together and get to know them.
Your choices will affect the outcome – As you progress through the story, you will get to know more about Karin, Aoi, and Sakura. Select the best answers to befriend one of them and perhaps with the right words, your love for your dream girl will be reciprocated.
Level up your Japanese! – Boost your Japanese skills whether you are a beginner or an advanced learner. In addition to English, Tokyo School Life lets you display the text in kana, romaji and even in kanji! It is the perfect opportunity to learn vocabulary and study Japanese sentence constructions in a fun and engaging way!
Fully animated and voiced characters – Characters are brought to life thanks to a splendid art style and a talented Japanese voice cast. The girls are rendered in a smooth animation style and change their expression as you interact with them. Never before has a visual novel been this immersive!
About The Character:
- YAYOI Karin: Karin is a spirited girl who works hard to fulfill her dream of becoming an idol. At first, she may appear hostile but she is known to be very warm and kind to those who are close to her.
- HAZUKI Aoi: Aoi is a cheerful and bright young girl who enjoys the company of others. Despite her rather small stature along with her cute appearance, Aoi is a fiercely strong girl who practices karate throughout her free time.
- MINATSUGI Sakura: Sakura is both kind and friendly. Since she was a child, Sakura has been suffering from an illness, she loves to spend her time in the school library where she can lose herself in the pages of her books, far away from her real-world affliction.