Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative for PS Vita launch June 8 in Europe, June 12 in North America

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Muv-Luv

Visual novels Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative will launch both physically and digitally for PS Vita on June 8 in Europe and June 12 in North America, publisher PQube announced.

Here is a brief overview of the games, via PQube:

Muv-Luv, which contains both the ‘Muv-Luv Extra’ and ‘Muv-Luv Unlimited’ storylines combines with Muv-Luv Alternative to complete a Visual Novel trilogy, widely considered to be among the best the genre has to offer.

Fully revamped to give them a fresh new look – a new generation of fans can now discover this extraordinary work of science fiction with updated graphics, interface, a new game engine and the first official translation!

A saga which is never short of epic, Muv-Luv begins as a simple, romantic story – a tale of a high school boy in pursuit of love. As the narrative unfolds, however – things escalate to a full-blown account of alien invasion and mech battles in a struggle to save humanity.

The combined stories of Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative total over 150 hours of emotional rollercoaster that should not be missed by both visual novel aficionados and newcomers alike!

Both PQube and IXTL are hugely excited to help bring the complete mainline Muv-Luv saga to a wider, international audience.

If you missed them back in February, watch a set of trailers here.

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