Idea Factory’s Otomate announces several new otome visual novels for PS4, PS Vita

Collar x Malice, Diabolik Lovers, Shiro to Kuro no Alice, and more.

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Idea Factory’s Otomate brand announced a number of new otome visual novels for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita during Otomate Party 2017 event in Tokyo today.

Get the full list of titles and trailers below.

Cendrillon palikA (PS Vita)

A cinderella-themed otome visual novel. Launches in Japan in 2018.

Charade Maniacs (PS Vita)

A new visual novel. Launches in Japan in 2018.

Collar x Malice: Unlimited

A Collar x Malice fan disc. Launches in Japan in 2018. Platform(s) unannounced.

Diabolik Lovers PS4 (Tentative) (PS4)

A set including Diabolik Lovers: Haunted Dark Bridal Limited V Edition, which was released in December 2013, and Diabolik Lovers: Haunted Dark Bridal More Blood Limited V Edition, which was released in January 2015. Release window unannounced.

Kurenai no Homura: Sanada Ninpouchou (PS4, PS Vita)

A Sengoku era visual novel featuring Nobushige Sanada and other ninja as the main characters. Launches in 2018.

Piofiore no Banshou (PS Vita)

A mafia-esque visual novel in Italy during an interwar period. Launches in Japan in 2018.

Shiritsu Verbara Gakuen: The Rose of Versailles Re*imagination

A game adaption of the shoujo manga created by Riyoko Ikeda, who is supervising the project. Release window and platform(s) unannounced.

Shiro to Kuro no Alice New Title

The latest entry in the Shiro to Kuro no Alice series. Developed by Kogado Studio. Release window and platform(s) unannounced.

Tengai Ni Mau, Ikinahana (PS Vita)

A new visual novel from the staff behind Bara ni Kakusareshi Verite. Launches in Japan in 2018.

Triangle Project (PC)

A love triangle-themed game, possibly developed by Frontier Works. It will consist of three titles released over the course of nine months.

Variable Barricade (PS4, PS Vita)

A new visual novel. Launches in Japan in 2018.

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