MangaGamer Releases His Chuunibyou Cannot Be Cured!

Monday, September 11th, 2017

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MangaGamer has released His Chuunibyou Can’t be Cured! on Steam Early Access. This title is from developers Tamaya Kagiya and is Inspired by titles like the anime The Pet Girl of SakurasouHis Chuunibyou Can’t Be Cured tells a story of a gaming student determined to create his own video game alongside several talented artists.

The game will run $13.49 on Steam which includes a 10% discount that is good till September 18th.

His Chuunibyou Cannot Be Cured
Jun Mizushima, a senior high school student at Higashi High, is ordinary in every way, except for the fact that he’s the only son of a wealthy businessman and that he dabbles in video game development in his spare time. Aside from those two though, there’s one more thing about him that’s far from ordinary: he has an ability to make everything he wishes a reality. Or, so he thinks. But as life throws him hurdles and challenges in the form of a rival group and a looming deadline for the auditions to an international game competition, Jun realizes that he has to adjust to this terrifyingly new stage. Will he manage to solve all his problems using this ‘ability’ of his, or will he be forced to accept that perhaps everything he has ever believed in has been nothing but a lie?
His Chuunibyou Cannot Be Cured
Developer: Tamaya Kagiya
Genre: Adventure
Price: $14.95
OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, Mac OSX, Linux
Text Language: English
Rating: 15+, 18+

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