Welcome to another week of Nook News. As with the past few weeks, our regular news writer is away and as such, we only have visual novel news. Fortunately, he’ll be back next week!
Visual Novel News:
Sekai Project have announced that they will be releasing A Clockwork Ley-Line: Flowers Falling in the Morning Mist on 11th November, 2022.
In another Sekai Project announcement, Studio Élan and Sekai Project are publishing Please Be Happy. Developed by Studio Élan, Please Be Happy is a slice of life story following a Korean fox spirit who travels to New Zealand to search for a particular human. It will be released on 21st November, 2022.
SoftColors has announced their next project; White Knightmare. This will be an action-adventure visual novel, coming to PC first, with a console release in the future. A demo will be released in 2023.
Fakku have released Orcsoft’s St. Yariman’s Little Black Book ~Complete~ as of the 1st November, 2022. This is a full remake of the 2011 title, with redrawn sprites, a bonus chapter and a new heroine. This adult visual novel follows five sex-crazed divorcees.
JAST BLUE (JAST’s BL branch) have announced that Slow Damage from Nitro+CHiRAL will be released on the 14th November, 2022. It is availible for pre-order at 10% off. It describes itself as having stylish art, taut writing, and a soundtrack infused with noir atmosphere.
More Visual Novel News
- Once Ever After from Sierra Lee is now available on the MangaGamer store, with a 20% off launch discount
- Otome visual novel, An Everyday Love is set to release on 9th Nov, 2022 on Itch
- Prototype will be releasing an English version of Butterfly’s Poison: Blood Chains in English on 11th Nov, 2022
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