Nurse Love Addiction Coming To Steam On July 7

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

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Degica, in association with KOGADO STUDIO, has recently announced that they will be releasing the visual novel title, Nurse Love Addiction digitally via Steam on July 7th. For those interested, you can check out the game’s Steam page here.

Asuka Osachi, a ditzy and easy going girl, graduates high school and enrolls in Teito Nursing School along with her younger sister, Nao. With their two classmates and teacher, Itsuki, Sakuya, and Kaede, the girls will experience what it means to be an adult… and a nurse.

They’ll laugh and cry together as they wade through this confusing time in their lives.

Decide how Asuka and her friends will spend their 3 years at Teito Nursing School!

Features:

Branching story arcs and multiple endings depending on your choices.

Bittersweet love between blossoming young ladies.

Unique and rounded characters.

Romantic illustrations featuring adolescent girls on their way to adulthood.

Unexpected and surprising plot points that will keep you reading until the very end.

The visual novel equivalent of ER: life, love and medicine.

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