Sekai Project to Offer Clannad Visual Novel's Full-Voice Edition on Steam
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
North American visual novel distributor Sekai Project announced at its Japan Expo USA panel on Saturday that it will release the Visual Arts' Key game Clannad with full voices via Steam.
The game inspired an anime movie and two television anime series. The series follows delinquent high school student Tomoya Okazaki, who one day meets a strange girl named Nagisa Furukawa who is a year older, but is repeating her last year of high school due to illness. Tomoya becomes involved with Nagisa and her hopes of restarting the school drama club.
The original game is celebrating its 10th anniversary and is receiving a PlayStation Vita port in Japan. The visual novel has already been ported to PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PSP, Xbox 360, and phones.
Key has produced such visual novel franchises as Little Busters, Kanon, and Air — all of which inspired anime and manga adaptations. Sekai Project opened a survey last month to gauge interest in Key titles.
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