News Wagamama High Spec OC Sequel Visual Novel's Opening Movie Streamed
posted on 2017-05-19 08:30 EDT
Visual novel developer Madosoft began streaming the opening video on Thursday for Wagamama High Spec OC (the OC stands for "Over Clock"), the sequel to the Wagamama High Spec adult visual novel. The video previews the opening theme song "Hey Darling!" by Matsushita. Shōta Horie wrote, composed, and arranged the song. gram6design produced the video.
The game will arrive in Japan on August 25 for PC. Tsumire Utsunomiya is credited with the original illustrations and character design, Nanateru is credited with SD illustrations, and Mojasubii, Nisshi, and Mata Tsubaki are credited with the scenario.
The original visual novel inspired a television anime adaptation in April 2016. Satoshi Shimizu (episode director for Fairy Tail, Mushi-Shi) directed the five-minute episodes at studio AXsiZ. Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired.
The original visual novel's story revolves around Kōki Narumi, a high school student who also draws a manga serialized in a weekly magazine. Because the manga he draws is a risqué romantic comedy, he keeps this fact a secret from everyone around him, with his younger sister Toa and his best friend Mihiro being the only ones who know.
But one day, as the student council president Kaoruko Rokuonji is searching for male members for the student council, she finds out that Kōki is the manga's author. Kōki joins the student council in exchange for Kaoruko not revealing his secret. However, the vice president Ashe R. Sakuragi strongly opposes him joining, and in the midst of all this, various requests and troubles of students begin to pile up.
The PC game shipped in Japan in April 2016. The original visual novel is Madosoft's third game, after Namaiki Delation in 2013, and Yakimochi Streaming in 2014. Sekai Project announced in September 2015 that it planned to release the game in English in 2016. However, Sekai Project's official website currently states, "Wagamama High Spec is 100% translated. Editing and Engine work in progress."