The Fruit, Labyrinth, and Eden of Grisaia Full Package Coming with English Support

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The Grisaia Trilogy

In a new teaser site for the upcoming The Fruit, Labyrinth, and Eden of Grisaia Full Package, publisher Prototype revealed that the collection will be launching for Nintendo Switch in fall of 2019, for 7,200 yen (roughly $65 USD) plus tax at retail and 6,800 yen ($60 USD) from the Nintendo eShop. More significantly, however, the teaser site reveals that, similar to Prototype’s recent PS4 port – and upcoming Switch port – of Clannad, the Grisaia collection will include the ability to toggle between Japanese and English text.

Naturally, being on Switch, Grisaia Full Package will consist of the all-ages version of the three main games in Frontwing’s Grisaia trilogy: The Fruit of Grisaia (which we’ve reviewed), The Labyrinth of Grisaia, and The Eden of Grisaia. All three games have been localized by Sekai Project, and are currently available in both their all-ages and 18+ forms on PC in English.

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