By Joseph Puntschart / June 22nd, 2017
Degica have announced (via press release) that Nurse Love Addiction is now available on both the North American and European PSN stores. This surprise release of the Kogado Studio-developed yuri visual novel will retail for $39.99 USD/£32.99 GBP or your regional equivalent. The title was already available for PC via Steam in the West which we later reviewed (you can check that out here). This release is noteworthy for visual novel fans as it is the first romance visual novel to release for the PS Vita in English that is not an otome. It is also compatible with PlayStation TV.
Here is more information via the press release:
June 22, 2017 – Degica, in association with KOGADO STUDIO, is pleased to announce that Nurse Love Addiction is now available on the Playstation Vita. You can purchase it at the Playstation Store.
Asuka Osachi, a ditzy and easy going girl, graduates high school and enrolls in Teito Nursing School along with her younger sister, Nao. Upon entering, Asuka encounters two attractive classmates, Itsuki and Sakuya, who seem to excel in everything she is lacking. Asuka tries to get along with them but is treated coldly by the couple; especially Sakuya, who seems to bear her a grudge for no apparent reason.
Along with the guidance of their instructor, Ms. Kaede, Asuka and Nao spend their busy days as nursing students. From classroom lectures and nurse basics to on-site training, the girls will grow together as both nurses and people. Guide Asuka through three years of nursing school, and learn what fate awaits her and her friends.
- Branching story arcs and multiple endings depending on your choices
- Bittersweet love between blossoming young ladies
- Unique and rounded characters
- Romantic illustrations featuring adolescent girls on their way to adulthood
- Unexpected and surprising plot points that will keep you reading until the very end
- The visual novel equivalent of ER: life, love and medicine!
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