Supipara Chapter 2 is Out on Steam and MangaGamer

Thursday, April 12th, 2018

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MangaGamer has released Chapter 2 in the ongoing Supipara story. This chapter focuses on Hotaru, who is a sharp tongued half french girl. Yukinari is having a strange sense of deja vu, maybe something is off here or not. I’m betting Alice is to blame here somehow!

Supipara Chapter 2
After seven years, Yukinari Sanada has returned to his hometown in Kanagawa Prefecture, Kamakura City, but something feels… different.

Both he and his younger sister, Rikka, transfer into Oumi Academy and hope for a fresh start. However, Yukinari’s classmates, a lazy witch and a half-Japanese beauty, won’t allow him enjoy his new life for very long.

What’s our protagonist to do when he’s constantly surrounded by a whole host of unique personalities and the troubles they bring along with them? Your story with “her” about smiles, peace, passion, and love, all while borrowing the power of a witch, is about to begin!

The game is out on both Steam and MangaGamer and the sales of Supipara Chapter 2 will contribute to the minori fundraising project to make brand-new Supipara chapters that will be released in English first. The next chapter best be the Momiji chapter or I may have to riot!

The game will set you back $13.45 and this includes a launch discount. I reviewed the first chapter and fell in love with atmosphere and characters. This title is All Ages and there is no 18+ patch.

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