My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO! PS Vita Game to Bundle Original Anime Blu-ray
posted on by Karen Ressler
The staff of the My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO! PlayStation Vita game announced on Friday that the game will ship in Japan on July 28, and the limited edition will include an original anime Blu-ray Disc. The original animation will be titled "Kitto, Onna no Ko wa Osatō to Spice to Suteki na Nanika de Dekiteiru" (Undoubtedly, Girls Are Made of Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice) and will adapt a story focusing on Iroha Isshiki from the original light novel's volume 10.5.
The limited edition will retail for 11,000 yen (about US$101). The regular edition will cost 7,000 yen (about US$65).
5pb. previously released the Yahari Game demo Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru (Even Though It's a Game, My Youth Romantic Comedy Is Wrong, As I Expected) PlayStation Vita game (pictured at left) based on Wataru Watari's Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru. (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU) light novel series in September 2013.
Watari's romantic comedy revolves around an antisocial high school student named Hachiman Hikigaya with a distorted view on life and no friends or girlfriend. When he see his classmates talking excitedly about living their adolescent lives, he mutters, "They're a bunch of liars." When he is asked about his future dreams, he responds, "Not working." A teacher gets Hachiman to join the volunteer "service club," which happens to have the school's prettiest girl, Yukino Yukinoshita.
The light novel series received a television anime in 2013, and a video anime that was bundled with the first PS Vita game. A second television anime season, titled Yahari Ore no Seishun Love Come wa Machigatteiru. Zoku (My Teen Romantic Comedy SNAFU TOO!), premiered in April 2015.
Sentai Filmworks licensed both television anime series. The company released the first series on DVD last year and plans to release the first series on Blu-ray Disc in September. Crunchyroll streamed both seasons as they aired.
Source: Moca News
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