Cyberstep launches visual novel game brand CS Novel Club – Gematsu


CS Novel Club

Cyberstep has announced the launch of “CS Novel Club,” a brand that aims to distribute Japanese visual novel games for all ages to players worldwide across multiple platforms.

CS Novel Club titles support over 50 languages via machine translation, and will appear on multiple hardware including PlayStation 4, Switch, PC (Steam), iOS, and Android.

The first game from the CS Novel Club brand is romance comedy visual novel Fechi Koi: Fetish Love, a remake of Swaneye+’s 2010-released Hime Koi Fechi Koi with significantly upgraded character designs and scenarios. Illustrator Wakaba, who led designs and illustrations for a number of other titles, is in charge of character design. It is planned for release on multiple platforms sometime between October and December.

Fechi Koi: Fetish Love

Fechi Koi: Fetish Love

The second game is suspense visual novel Shiori no Kotoha: Misshitsu Toshokan no Ikenie, which was originally released by Swan in 2013. The CS Novel Club release features a newly composed scenario, illustrations, and title / logo (to be announced). It is planned for release on multiple platforms sometime between October and December.

Shiori no Kotoha: Misshitsu Toshokan no Ikenie

Follow CS Novel Club on Twitter @CS_NovelClub.

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