Summer Lesson: Allison Snow Seven Days Garden launches June 22 in Japan [Update 2]

New Summer Lesson title stars blond-haired Allison Snow.

Summer Lesson: Allison Snow Seven Days Garden

Summer Lesson: Allison Snow Seven Days Garden will launch for PlayStation VR in Japan on June 22, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals.

The virtual reality game, news of which first leaked last night, is a followup to Summer Lesson: Hikari Miyamoto Seven Days Room featuring a new character in the blond-haired Allison and setting in the garden.

Thanks, Famitsu.

Update 6:35 a.m.: New information has come in.

  • It will cost 2,759 yen.
  • A 7,704 yen DX Pack including four downloadable contents will also be available:
    • Additional Experience: International Exchange on the Veranda
    • Additional Experience: Singing of the Summer Sky
    • Extra Scene: Support Chapter
    • Extra Scene: Water Melon Cutting Chapter
  • The concept is a space where you can heal just by looking at it.
  • In the demo, Allison Snow spoke English, but it will reach the point that she speaks Japanese.
  • Contrary to her appearance, Allison Snow is quiet, kind, warm and snug. She is also passionate about music.
  • If you have save data showing good results from Summer Lesson: Hikari Miyamoto Seven Days Room, a topic item will be added in Summer Lesson: Allison Snow Seven Days Garden. If you already purchased downloadable content for Hikari Miyamoto, it will also be available for Allison Snow.
  • Summer Lesson will not end with Allison. Additional content is planned one after the next in the future.

Thanks, Ryokutya2089.

Update: And a few more details.

  • The game is set on the veranda of a Japanese house.
  • You play as the very same person who taught Hikari Miyamoto.
  • If you have the retail version of Summer Lesson: Seven Days Room or the “Cafe Chapter” downloadable content, you can access the cafe costume from the beginning of the game.
  • Development is 90 percent complete.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

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