D3 Publisher Releases Expansion for Nightshade

Friday, December 22nd, 2017

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D3 Publisher has released a new expansion pack for Nightshade. According to the press release, this expansion pack adds new episodes with each romanceable character. There are five brand new short stories in total for you to enjoy. It’s fully voiced and includes brand new illustrations as well. They also put a free wallpaper in the expansion pack for players to use. It should also be noted that Nightshade is on sale right now in the Steam Winter Sale!

The first new episode is Gekkamaru’s side story. In this short story, Gekkamaru seems to have lost something and it’s up to you to help him in his search. Then there is Kuroyuki’s side story, and it seems that Kuroyuki is at it again! Explore the question of what it means to be “lover-like”. The third episode is Chōjirō’s side story. It follows a mission to repay Brother Chōjirō’s kindness. The fourth new episode is Hanzō’s side story. It’s Hanzō’s day off so take a walk with him! The final new episode is Goemon’s side story. Thanks to a broken hair tie, it’s time to go shopping with Goemon!

 

For more information on Nightshade, you can visit its official website, or its Steam Store page. Lastly, D3 Publisher has released a set of brand new screenshots showing off the new Nightshade expansion pack. Check them all out below:

 

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