West-First Japanese Visual Novel Space Live Launching on MangaGamer

Thursday, September 7th, 2017

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MangaGamer has released details about the upcoming release of the West-First Japanese Visual Novel, Space Live. Circus, makers of Da Capo and Dal Segno series approached MangaGamer about developing a product with the Western audience in mind after seeing their title have booming sales here. This is how Space live came to be. The game is a parody on internet browsers and idol competitions, so this should be one humorous ride.

Here is more about the game straight from the press release:

Space Live
Over 200 years in the future, humanity has abandoned reality and chosen to upload themselves into Net Space, a digital, interconnected world, divided into several factions surrounding different idols who compete every four years to win followers to their side.There’s Macro Space‘s Ai E, a hardworking, easily flustered girl trying to regain her lost position; Goggle Space‘s G Chrome, a logical competitor using her wealth and data troves in a bid to secure the lead; Mosaic Space‘s Higitsune, a haughty, elusive idol enjoying the competition itself; Ai Space‘s Sarifa, an eloquent fashionista willing to bet it all; and Luna Space‘s Tsukikage, a minor idol hoping to finally gain some recognition.
Space Live – Advent of the Net Idols will release on September 29th on MangaGamer and Steam for a price of $9.99 and has a 15+ age rating.  You can pre-order the game over on MangaGamer’s site and get a 10% discount.

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