Romance visual novel Raspberry Cube coming to PS4, Switch on August 29 in Japan

Published by iMeL.

Raspberry Cube

Madosoft-developed romance visual novel Raspberry Cube, which first launched for PC in September 2018, is coming to PlayStation 4 and Switch on August 29 in Japan via publisher iMeL, Japanese retail listings reveal (Biccamera, Rakuten, @Renka_schedule etc.) .

In addition to the 5,378 yen standard edition, a 9,698 yen first-print limited edition include a B2 tapestry, acrylic character stand, mini art book, and soundtrack CD will also be available.

Here is an overview of the game, via VNDB:

Satoru was a delinquent who one day decided to change for the better and aimed to do one good deed each day. He returned to his hometown to live by himself and saved the landlord’s daughter Mikoto from some thugs, helped the lone gardening club member Minato with tending the fields, and did part-time with Yuu at the military shop since they were short on staff.

However, his meeting with the student council president Ruri was somewhat different. The next day, he saw her once more and thought that she had come to thank him, but when he chased after her, he soon found himself waist-high in a pit. She took a picture of him in his pathetic state and left without helping him out.

“Does she have a grudge against me because of something I did in the past?”

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