Enchanted in the Moonlight and other Voltage otome visual novels coming to Switch

Enchanted in the Moonlight due out in 2019.

Voltage is bringing its most popular otome visual novel games to Switch via the Nintendo eShop, the company announced.

The first two titles are Enchanted in the Moonlight: Miyabi, Kyoga, & Samon and Enchanted in the Moonlight: Kiryu, Chikage, & Yukinojo. Both are due out in 2019 with Japanese and English language support.

Two more titles will be announced at a later date.

Here is an overview of Enchanted in the Moonglight, via Voltage’s Switch titles website:

Enchanted in the Moonlight: Miyabi, Kyoga, & Samon

Enchanted in the Moonlight

Your average life is turned upside down when dangerous Ayakashi spirits threaten your life. However, you’re saved in the nick of time by a group of handsome men…who also claim to be Ayakashi spirits! Are you ready for an exciting adventure with Miyabi, Koga, and Samon?

Enchanted in the Moonlight: Kiryu, Chikage, & Yukinojo

Enchanted in the Moonlight

The smash-hit otome romance app, Enchanted in the Moonlight, is now on Nintendo Switch! “I’ll protect you, human. But in exchange, you must offer your power to me.” Make a deal with Ayakashi Spirits and prepare for an adventure like nothing you’ve ever experienced before! Features the characters Kiryu, Chikage, and Yukinojo!

Story

You’re an average, 25-year-old girl whose life consists of working at the local library, keeping up your family’s shrine, and not much else. However, that all changes when gorgeous men save you from mysterious, malevolent forces! These men aren’t all they appear to be, though. They’re actually Ayakashi Spirits! You discover that your blood is imbued with an ancient power, one that the spirit world covets, and these handsome strangers are willing to protect you… for a price, that is. Are you ready to make a deal with these otherworldly creatures?

Watch a trailer below.

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