News Summer Lesson: Allison & Chisato VR Game's English Trailer Reveals Summer Debut in Southeast Asia
posted on 2018-04-21 11:00 EDT by Crystalyn Hodgkins
Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia began streaming the first English trailer on Friday for its release of the Summer Lesson: Allison Snow and Summer Lesson Shinjo Chisato: Shichiyō no Etude installments of the Summer Lesson PlayStation VR game. The English version will be available this summer in Southeast Asia in the following countries: Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, the Philippines, and Indonesia.
Bandai Namco Entertainment Asia released the main Summer Lesson: Hikari Miyamoto game with English subtitles in Southeast Asia in early 2017.
Bandai Namco Entertainment released the original Summer Lesson game in October 2016 in Japan to coincide with the release of the PlayStation VR. The game won a special award in the PlayStation VR category of the PlayStation Awards 2016. Before its release, the project was used as a demonstration of the PlayStation VR.
The game allows players to interact with a Japanese girl named Hikari Miyamoto. Bandai Namco Entertainment released an add-on pack for the game in December 2016 titled Summer Lesson: Miyamoto Hikari Second Feel that added six outfits for Hikari and situations in which players "feel they are actually touching the character in front of them."
The Summer Lesson: Allison Snow sequel launched for PlayStation 4 in June 2017. The player takes on the role of a teacher who spends seven days with a girl named Allison Snow to teach her Japanese. The character first appeared in a 2015 demo trailer.
The Summer Lesson Shinjo Chisato: Shichiyō no Etude installment then launched in October 2017. The heroine Chisato Shinjo (pictured above) is a rich lady with short, black hair, and is more willful than the previous two heroines. In the game, players take on the role of her tutor to teach Chisato about common knowledge of modern society, such as how to use a computer and how to enjoy manga and video games.
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