Aksys Announces Four Otome Localizations, Including Piofiore: Episodio 1926

Friday, August 6th, 2021

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Piofiore: Episodio 1926 | Trailer Screenshot

If you’re a huge otome fan, Nintendo Switch seems to be where it’s at these days. During their stream earlier today, Aksys Games announced four new otome games they’ll be localizing, most without release date time frames just yet, but all are coming to the Nintendo Switch. While it may be disappointing that three of them don’t yet have a time frame for their release, the fact that they’ve all been announced as getting localized at all, is fantastic for fans. I myself am extremely excited to finally have confirmation I won’t be missing out on Piofiore: Episodio 1926, I was starting to get a little worried to be honest. Not only that, but Aksys has confirmed it’s a full sequel, not just a fan disc. The other three otome titles that were announced are, Kimi wa Yukima ni Koinegau, Paradigm Paradox and Lover Pretend. Feel free to check out all the trailers down below and read a little bit more about each otome title.

Piofiore: Episodio 1926 (NSW) – The full sequel to last year’s hit Piofiore finds Liliana immersed once again in the dangerous Mafia turf wars and intrigues that tear apart the city of Burlone.


Paradigm Paradox (NSW) – The year is 25XX, a world where mankind lives only in isolated colonies. The protagonist, a student at the academy, is bored with the drudgery of everyday life, a day-to-day existence untouched by gossip about “Heroes” and “Vermin,” the enemy of mankind, and unnoticed by the good-looking guys at the academy. One night she slips out of the dormitory and encounters colony-invading Vermin, landing herself in danger! Four girls appear suddenly and repel the Vermin with miraculous abilities. The protagonist decides to work as a Hero, leading a busy life as both a student and champion of justice. But why is it that she has more opportunities to talk to the good-looking guys everyone is whispering about…? What is their (the girls’ / guys’) secret…? And what is the enemy’s true identity…?


Kimi wa Yukima ni Koinegau [English title pending] (NSW) -The first year of the Kyoho era. The land is ruled by the eighth shogun Tokugawa Yoshimune. Repeated incidents caused by monsters in the town of Edo upset and frighten the people so the Tokugawa shogunate establishes the “Oniwaban” to maintain public order and secured the town. Seasons passed—to year 11 of the Kyoho era. A girl in a village far from Edo has the power to see a “black thread” before every catastrophe and the panicked villagers drove her away into the snowy mountains. One day, a young man going by the name of Oniwaban appears before her. This is a story in which a girl encounters “non-humans,” and learns about love.

Lover Pretend (NSW) -Chiyuki lives alone, spending all her time studying for university and doing part-time work. She has two dreams in life: to become a scriptwriter—also a dream of her late mother—and to find her father whom she never met. From clues left behind, it seems her mother was writing a drama script before she was born. Chiyuki lands a job as an assistant to a scriptwriter for a film that the sons of the drama staff are making. She searches for information while working her new job, but in a twist of events ends up cast in the role of their love interest…? This is a pretend love role, not true love. Can Chiyuki create a script about fake lovers, while not knowing anything about falling in love herself?

About Jenae R

Jenae is an RPG enthusiast who also enjoys cats, humidity-free warm weather, Dean Koontz books and a select handful of non RPG series and games. Two of her all-time favorite games are the original Shadow Hearts and Final Fantasy IX. She loves to ramble on about her numerous gaming opinions and is fortunate enough to be able to do it here at oprainfall.