By Michael Fontanini / December 30th, 2016
Denpasoft has posted a sneak peak of what they have in store for their fans in 2017. The page they posted gives information, trailers, and other videos for seven different titles in Denpasoft’s 2017 lineup. Each of these titles are still in varying stages of development. The Denpasoft sneak peak includes the following seven titles:
- Fallen Doll
- The Labyrinth of Grisaia
- Ne No Kami Part 2
- Boku to Koisuru Ponkotsu Akuma
- Koi ga Saku Koro Sakura Doki
- NEKOPARA Vol. 3
NEKOPARA Vol. 3 is set to launch on Denpasoft on April 28th, 2017. Koi ga Saku Koro Sakura Doki is eyeing a spring 2017 launch. Boku to Koisuru Ponkotsu Akuma features the vibrant art work of Sayori and is currently 22% of the way through the translation process. It has no release information other than sometime in 2017. Likewise, Ne No Kami Part 2 also has no specific release information beyond sometime in 2017, or “soon”. The Adult version of The Labyrinth of Grisaia has had some setbacks, but is coming in early 2017. Lastly, Fallen Doll also has no specific release information for the time being, but is coming sometime in 2017.
In ChronoClock, Rei Sawatari ends up inheriting a memento from his grandfather. It turns out, however, that this memento is no ordinary pocket watch. This pocket watch has a very special secret in that it gives its bearer the ability to go back in time for five minutes. That is a powerful thing that can hold the key to a countless number of opportunities, or conversely, to unfortunate fates. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, ChronoClock is set to release in early January on Denpasoft as well as Nutaku. Here’s the trailer for ChronoClock.
There is plenty more information on these seven titles at Denpasoft’s sneak peak page, so check it out.