Romance visual novel Making Lovers coming to PS4, PS Vita on July 25 in Japan

Turn your view on love inside-out.

Making Lovers

Smee-developed romance visual novel Making Lovers is coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita via publisher Entergram on July 25 in Japan for 6,458 yen, Japanese retail listings reveal. A 9,698 yen limited edition including an Ako swimsuit tapestry, special acyrlic key chain, and signature card will also be available.

Here is an overview of the game’s story, via VNDB:

For my whole life, I never had a girlfriend.

People could laugh at me all they want, but I refused to give up on my ideals when it came to love.

I had always pictured a first encounter where I knew right away she was my destined one.

After several chance run-ins, we would exchange numbers. Then we would hang out together on the weekends.

Only once we’ve grown close enough would it be time for a real date.

I wouldn’t have accepted any love that didn’t develop like a storybook romance.

Picking up girls at a club or going on blind dates was out of the question for me.

And so was arranged dates. How could it be romantic when someone else set you up?

I had stood unwavering in my beliefs for my entire life.

Until, that is, when the words of a certain girl turned my view on love inside-out.

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