Hana Saki Work Spring! for PS4 will feature the same content as the PS Vita version

A quick comparison.

The PlayStation 4 version of romance visual novel Hana Saki Work Spring! due out on November 22 in Japan will not have any differences from the April 2017-released PS Vita version, publisher Entergram said in a tweet.

“The November 22, 2018-due Hana Saki Work Spring! for PlayStation 4 is a high resolution version of the same content as the PS Vita version,” the publisher said. “A demo in which you can play the early parts of the story is available now on the PlayStation Store.”

The following comparison was shared:

Hana Saki Work Spring!

Hana Saki Work Spring!

The announcement follows recent news of regulations by Sony Interactive Entertainment that resulted in the edits of similar games with white rays of lights and black borders.

Here is an overview of the story, via VNDB:

In the midst of spring, the season of first encounters and love, Yuuma was content to waste his time away. However, these dog days began to change with his chance meeting with the mysterious Inori, the Yuki-onna of Suzugaoka Gakuen. Soon after, he was invited by Ayano to the ‘ghost club’, which is actually not related to the occult, but rather a gathering place for people with regrets. He was made the new leader of the club despite his reluctance.

Before long, he was surrounded by peculiar girls left and right: cool lone wolf Inori, carefree repeater Ayano, smitten kouhai Hikari, and pushy ‘bro’ Wakaba. Who will he end up in this irreplaceable youth story?

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