Preorders for New Title “Loca-Love: My Cute Roommate” Opened on Kickstarter by Visual Novel Developer Frontwing
Tokyo, Japan – September 14, 2018 Tokyo-based visual novel developer
Frontwing has begun a preorder campaign on Kickstarter for its new title “Loca-
Love: My Cute Roommate”. The campaign makes physical copies and other
goods for the game available directly to fans around the world, and has a
funding goal of $30,000. “Loca-Love: My Cute Roommate” is scheduled to
release on Fall 2018, and the campaign page can be accessed at the following
The official website for the title can be found here:
The opening movie for the game is also available:
“Loca-Love: My Cute Roommate” is the first installment in the Loca-Love series of mature visual novels, with further installments planned for release in 2019 and potentially beyond. This first entry follows the exciting but slightly awkward love life of protagonist Aoi Ichitaro after he moves in with Kojika Hiwa, the dreamy and sexy girl he's had a long-time crush on...
The title features artwork and character design from artist nanaca mai, known for her work in the Corona Blossom trilogy and the SD art for the Grisaia series, and a story by Kei Hozumi. The game's opening song, “Summer Amulet” is sung by Duca, while Tamaki Hiiragi is in charge of the ending theme, “Marry Me!”.
“Loca-Love: My Cute Roommate” was localized in English by Frontwing's experienced in-house translation team, the members of which are proficient Japanese to English translators who possess JLPT N1 certification or equivalent. It also features a brand-new system allowing simultaneous display of English and Japanese text during gameplay, as well as language switching at the press of a button.
Frontwing is a developer of Japanese visual novels. Since the company's founding in 1999 as a bishojo games developer and the release of Frontwing's first title, "Canary' (Canaria: Kono Omoi o Uta ni Nosete) in August 2000, we have published a number of titles in the visual novel genre. From school life love stories to hardcore adult games, as well as titles which utilize 3D computer graphics, our creations cover a diverse range of genres. Our products, as well as the characters they feature, have come to represent the world of bishojo games. Frontwing marked its first venture into the overseas market May 29, 2015, with the English release of 'The Fruit of Grisaia' on Steam. Since then, we have self-published the Grisaia: Phantom Trigger and Corona Blossom series, as well as Momoiro Closet and three ‘Grisaia’ series side stories. In 2017, Frontwing also published an English version of KeroQ's classic visual novel Wonderful Everyday. Further localized titles are in the works, including simultaneous English releases of new upcoming Frontwing games.
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