Nitro+'s Boys-Love Game DRAMAtical Murder Gets Non-PC Release

posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Nitro+CHiRAL, NAZ to release TV anime this summer

The game label Nitro+CHiRAL announced on Friday that its boys-love adventure game DRAMAtical Murder will get a non-PC release this year. A teaser website for the new version launched on the same day.

The original game's main cast and staff are returning, but Nitro+CHiRAL has yet to announce which console or portable system will be the hardware platform for the new version.

The label announced last month that a television anime of the game has been green-lit. The anime will premiere this summer, and its official website is streaming a promotional video with the opening theme song "Slip on the Pumps."

The game's story centers on a young man named Aoba who lives with his grandmother on the island Midorijima. He works at a junk shop in the island's Former Residents District after Toue builds the Platinum Jail resort on part of Midorijima and forces residents to move. Aoba is content with his simple life but gets pulled into mysterious events unfolding on the island.

Nitro+CHiRAL released the original boys-love game for Windows PC in March 2012. It also released a DRAMAtical Murder re:connect game that continues the story last year.

[Via Hachima Kikō]

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