Kimi no Hitomi ni Hit Me coming to PS4, PS Vita

PlayStation versions add new heroine and event CG.

Kimi no Hitomi ni Hit Me

Visual novel Kimi no Hitomi ni Hit Me, which first launched for PC in Japan in January, is coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on February 22, 2018, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals.

The PlayStation versions of the game will feature Hotori Kirihara, who was previously a side character, as a new heroine, as well as new event CG.

Here is an overview of the story, via VNDB:

Akira was the only member of the classic literature club, which was in danger of disbanding. As the deadline for recruiting new members approached, the student council president Hotori approached him with a suggestion for how to save the club. She told him that he would get the full details in the club room.

When he entered the room, there were four girls there. However, they were not interested in joining his club, but rather they wanted to create their own! They had gathered there to take over the club room after the literature club folded.

Hotori suggested that he get the girls to join the literature club. Will he be able to convince them or will the club be taken over?

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