Robotics;Notes DaSH and Elite HD double pack for PS4 and Switch launches January 31, 2019 in Japan

Includes both games for 9,990 yen.

Robotics;Notes DaSH and Elite HD double pack

5pb. will release a Robotics;Notes Otoku Set (Value Set) including both the new Robotics;Notes DaSH and a remastered version of the 2014-released PS Vita title Robotics;Notes Elite called Robotics;Notes Elite HD on one disc / cartridge for PlayStation 4 and Switch on January 31 in Japan for 9,250 yen, the company announced.

Robotics;Notes DaSH will also be released as a standalone title on the same date for 7,800 yen at retail and 7,000 yen via download.

Read more about Robotics;Notes DaSH here.

Robotics;Notes Elite is an enhanced version of the original Robotics;Notes. Here is an overview of the original game and Elite‘s updates, via VNDB:

2019, Divergence Ratio 1.048596.

The near future, where a device popularly called the PokeCom, packaged with PhoneDroid OS, spreads, bringing the Augmented Reality world close to existence.

Chuuoutanegashima High School’s Robot Research Club is in danger of losing its club status.

Yashio Kaito, one of only two members, is only obsessed with robot fighting games, showing no interest in the Robo Club even in this situation.
The reckless, useless club head, Senomiya Akiho, aims to complete a giant robot, struggling hard to avoid losing the club’s status.

Then, one day, Kaito discovers the A.R. annotation that becomes the Kimijima Report.

Written in that report is the indictment of someone named Kimijima Kou’s conspiracy involving the world.

In Robotics;Notes Elite, the story is reconstructed with new scenes, also improvements of 3D models.

Thanks, @Renka_schedule.

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for $3.00 off.

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