Akiba’s Trip Festa announced for PC browser and Android

Acquire and DMM Games collaborate.

Akiba's Trip Festa

DMM Games and Acquire have announced Akiba’s Trip Festa, a new “real-time strip action” game for PC browser and Android, and the latest entry in the Akiba’s Trip series. It’s due out for release in Japan in November.

In Akiba’s Trip Festa, an undressing fighting tournament called “Festa” is taking place in Akihabara. The protagonist, a member of the Akiba Freedom Fighters, one day has his lips stolen by a girl named Bell, who lost her memory. It was not a feeling of love, but rather a “contract of blood” from a Synthister. The protagonist, who becomes the girl’s kin, decides to gather peoples’ attention by participating in the Festa as a representative of the Akiba Freedom Fighters in order to find people that know her and help regain her memory.

During battle, you’ll fight against a variety of rivals, make allies, and grow as both a human and an undressing-based fighter. By winning through the tournament and becoming the top team, you’ll come to know the hidden darkness of the Festa and the evil conspiracy set to attack Akiba. Can you win the Festa, restore the girl’s memory, and protect the peace of Akiba?

Pre-registration for the game begins today at the game’s official website. Pre-registering will get you a special present and by playing a PC browser-only “Icharabu Demo,” you can get another bonus when service officially begins in November.

Watch the debut trailer below.

Thanks, Famitsu.

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