Kuon no Kizuna: Sairinshou Out Now In Japan for iOS and Android

Friday, February 17th, 2017

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Nippon Ichi Software have released new versions of the visual novel Kuon no Kizuna: Sairinshou for smartphone platforms, namely iOS and Android in Japan. Originally developed by Fog for a release on the PlayStation under the name Kuon no Kizuna, before getting enhanced ports for the Dreamcast, PS2, PSP and now mobile phones. The Sairinshou version adds in additional scenarios not found in the original release, however this version exclusively adds revised graphics, and a “Viewing Mode” for scenes and background music.

Here is the VNDB description:

This story starts out from the perspective of a high school student. One day a transfer student comes to his school, and tells him she’ll kill him. At the same time, he starts seeing weird dreams and people mysteriously gets killed in his city.
Soon he realizes that them two are incarnated personalities of a man and a goddess that fell in love 1000 years ago. Since then, they have been trapped in a cycle of reincarnation and a battle against an evil god.

There is no English version of this game available, like all of Fog’s games. However if you can read Japanese and have a Japanese region phone this game my be for you.


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