Boku to Nurse no Kenshuu Nisshi coming to PS4 on August 23 in Japan [Update: PS Vita, too]

Another Entergram-published romance visual novel for PlayStation 4.

Boku to Nurse no Kenshuu Nisshi

Entergram will release Prekano-developed romance visual novel Boku to Nurse no Kenshuu Nisshi (Mine and the Nurse’s Training Diary) for PlayStation 4 on August 23 in Japan, listings on Amazon Japan and Yodobashi have revealed.

A Premium Edition including a special-illustrated B2 tapestry, newly-written short story, and original soundtrack will also be released.

Here is an overview of the game, via VNDB:

On the first day of his residency at the hospital, the first step to fulfilling his dream of becoming a doctor, Takuya met his childhood friend Mio for the first time in many years. She was now a nurse and showed him around during his busy training days.

One day, he fell down the stairs while protecting her and broke his right arm and left leg. As a result, his residency was put on hold while he was hospitalized. He was placed in Mio’s ward and she felt responsible for the accident. To cheer her up, he suggested that she could take care of him whenever she has free time, to which she readily agreed. It is the beginning of a hospital love story between a medical intern and a nurse who would go above her duties to take care of him.

Update 04/26/18 at 6:30 a.m.: A PS Vita version will also be released, but it will be digital-only. Pricing is as follows:

  • Premium Edition (PlayStation 4) – 6,480 yen
  • Standard Edition (PlayStation 4) – 2,480 yen
  • Digital Edition (PlayStation 4, PS Vita) – 1,980 yen

Visit the game’s official website here.

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