Sweet Fuse: At Your Side Preorder Bonus Revealed

Thursday, July 25th, 2013

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Aksys announced earlier this year that a new otome game called Sweet Fuse: At Your Side would soon be joining their lineup in the West. Fans of the genre are probably poised to grab this title on release day; but in case you weren’t already interested, Aksys is sweetening the deal by throwing in a preorder bonus. Put in your order for Sweet Fuse now and you’ll receive a necklace inspired by the one the game’s villain, Count Hogstein, wears around his own neck.

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This PSP game boasts not only a colorful cast of characters, but Keiji Inafune himself appears in-game as the protagonist’s uncle.┬áSaki Inafune has been invited to the opening ceremony of Uncle Inafune’s new theme park, and all seems to be going well before the party is crashed by the mysterious Count Hogstein. Uncle Inafune is kidnapped and the entire park is taken hostage by the fiend and his goons.

In order to get everyone out alive, a series of deadly games must be cleared by a group of volunteers. Saki opts to join six others in the games to try and save her uncle from this strange new challenger.

Physical copies of Sweet Fuse: At Your Side will ship out August 27th. It will also be available via PSN.

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