Romance visual novel IxSHE Tell coming to PS4, PS Vita on January 30, 2020 in Japan [Update: Switch]

Published by Entergram.

IxSHE Tell

Hooksoft-developed romance visual novel IxSHE Tell, which first launched for PC in February 2018, is coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on January 30, 2020 in Japan via publisher Entergram, listings at retailer Neowing have revealed.

The game will be available in 6,600 yen standard and 11,000 yen limited editions. The limited edition includes a B2 tapestry, special illustration card, Shiori Hanamori SD acrylic figure, and a high-resolution arrange soundtrack plus theme song full version CD.

Here is an overview of the story, via VNDB:

Hajime is the school students’ representative and the student council president thanks to whom the rule banning romantic relationships in school was lifted. Although now he’s a hero who gave allowed everyone freedom of love, he himself now has no time to enjoy it himself! If any problem arises, the whole success will be for naught and the rule might be brought back…

At such time, he is confessed to by Kasumi, a transfer student who is also his childhood friend. Furthermore, on the next days he was confessed to by the sister school’s charismatic student council president Yui and by the school idol who won miss contest twice in a row – Ayaka!

However, one of the few students who is against romance – the “anti-romance faction leader” and the vice president of the student council Yoshino has declared “Come on, let’s enter a relationship and cause problems and bring back the ban on romance!”.

Hajime was happy to be loved by so many people, but decided that first he should get to know everyone better.

As if waiting for him to say it, his other childhood friend Shiori, a perfect yamato nadeshiko has confessed to him while saying she knows him best of all.

Right after the ban on love has been lifted, the protagonist finds himself incredibly popular with several girls approaching him aggressively and from all directions. His love story begins abruptly…

Update 8:51 a.m.: A digital-only Switch version will also be released, according to the game’s newly launched official website.

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