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Re:Zero -Death or Kiss- PS4/Vita Game Delayed 1 Week to March 30

posted on 2017-02-28 00:30 EST by Rafael Antonio Pineda

The official website for 5pb. Games' Re: Zero Kara Hajimeru Isekai Seikatsu -Death or Kiss (Re: Life in a different world from zero -Death or Kiss-) adventure game for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita announced on Tuesday that the game has been delayed to March 30, one week after its original March 23 date, due to "various circumstances."

The game will have an original story, taking place before the royal election at an event called the "Beauty Queen Election." The story involves the royal election candidates in a beauty contest, where the winner will receive Metia, a treasure that is said to bring fortune. By circumstance, Subaru happens to kiss the prize, which curses him to die unless he receives a "heartfelt kiss" that will break it. Subaru interferes with the tournament to get closer to the candidates in an attempt to prevent his death.

The game will have eight different endings involving Emilia, Ram, Rem, Beatrice, Felt, Priscilla, Anastasia, and Crusch.

The game will ship in Japan with a standard edition for 7,500 yen (about US$64), limited edition for 10,500 yen (about US$90), and download edition for 7,000 yen (about US$60). Limited edition copies will come with a soundtrack CD with the opening and ending themes and an SD figure. The PlayStation 4 version's figure will be Ram and the PlayStation Vita version's figure will be Rem. Those who purchase the game early will receive a download code for swimsuit costumes for all the main female characters.

Konomi Suzuki performs the opening theme song "yell! ~Kuchibiru Kara Hajimaru Mahō~" (Magic That Begins With the Lips) and Inori Minase and Rie Murakawa are performing the ending theme song "Dai Dai Daisuki" (Lo Lo Love) as their characters Rem and Ram.

[Via Gematsu]


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