The Grisaia Trilogy for Switch launches November 7 in Japan

Grisaia collection dated for Japan.

The Grisaia Trilogy

The Grisaia Trilogy will launch for Switch on November 7 in Japan for 7,776 yen, Japanese retail listings reveal.

The collection includes The Fruit of Grisia, The Labyrinth of Grisaia and its “After Story,” “The Cocoon of Caprice,” and “Shot Short Scenario” stories, The Eden of Grisaia and its “The Seed of Blanc Aile” and “Prologue” stories, and the side episodes The Leisure of Grisaia, The Afterglow of Grisaia, and The Melody of Grisaia.

All games support the ability to switch between English and Japanese text, including the game itself, as well as the settings, digital manual, and more. Voice-overs are Japanese-only.

There is also full touchsceren support, as well as one-handed play with a single Joy-Con (R).

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