Tonari ni Kanojo no Iru Shiawase: Winter Guest coming to PS4, PS Vita on June 28 in Japan

Another Entergram visual novel port.

Tonari ni Kanojo no Iru Shiawase: Winter Guest

Following the release of Tonari ni Kanojo no Iru Shiawase: Two Farce on PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan in November 2017, Entergram will release Tonari ni Kanojo no Iru Shiawase: Winter Guest for both platforms on June 28 in Japan, the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals.

The PlayStation 4 version will be available for 2,480 yen, as well as in a 6,480 yen limited edition. The PS Vita version will be digital-only and cost 1,980 yen.

Here is an overview of the visual novel, via VNDB:

One autumn day, the protagonist offended his homeroom teacher and thus was ordered to volunteer at the student council. That’s where he met the student council leader Shiho, who is completely like an older sister. He wanted to be if only a bit closer to her, but ended up as the student council’s dog instead. He spends his days graced by her wonderful smile, while sometimes being swamped with random tasks and sometimes treated affectionately and given snacks.

“For me, you’ll… work like a dog, right?”

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