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Hi, Stinky Beak, here introducing the amazing Hatoful Boyfriend – an amazing visual novel from Hato Moa, the creator of this gorgeous and ever so slightly nuts avian series.
Releasing on PS4 and PS Vita in the second quarter of 2015, Hatoful Boyfriend is a visual novel/avian dating sim. Pigeo Nation’s Institute, a school for talented birds, you will roam the halls and find love in between classes as a sophomore student at the world’s greatest pigeon high school.
Almost as if it were destined to follow in the footsteps of its predecessor, the PSP, Vita sales in North America and Europe have never come close to its Nintendo competition, despite heavy-hitting series such as receiving their own Vita-exclusive installments.
When the Vita and PS TV were declared “legacy platforms” in North America and Europe in 2015, it became clear that just three years after release, the Vita had already been relegated to the sidelines.
Popularized in 1994 with the release of for the SNES, otome, or “maiden” games insert the player into the role of a female protagonist in story-heavy narratives where the goal is to pursue romances with a number of suitors who are almost always male.
Gameplay-wise, they can range from stat management simulators to RPGs, but the vast majority are visual novels, where text-based decisions decide how the branching storyline will play out.
To a casual observer, it may seem easy to write off otome games as shallow romances that bait women with illustrations of pretty boys.
However, to many, romancing pretty boys is a breath of fresh air in an industry that markets its latest AAA hits using pinups of scantily-clad women and game of the year lists that are dominated by games filled with grit and carnage.
The question remains, if otome games continue to be so popular in Japan, why aren’t more titles receiving English localizations?Over the years, the Play Station family of platforms has largely been the console home of otome games, with only the occasional release gracing the Nintendo DS or 3DS.In fact, the PSP was so popular for otome games that new titles continue to be released on the platform today both digitally and on physical UMD, such as the upcoming , which launches this April on both PSP and Vita in Japan.However, despite never quite finding a foothold in the West, the Vita has slowly but surely established itself as a competent handheld in Japan.From tear-jerker visual novels to toe-tapping rhythm games, Vita owners have an ever-growing library of titles to choose from.
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