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They enjoy a healthy fandom, but many acclaimed titles remain in their native Japanese—frustrating, because romance and relationship games are more popular than ever.

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It’s like backwards-engineering a narrative database -- and you may be surprised to find how much the story changes when you focus on a different partner each time. Hakuoki is a period piece, taking place in the Bakumatsu period of Japan at the time of civil unrest between the Emperor and the Shogun.

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As well, with redesigned gorgeous artworks, revamped gameplay system tailored for both platforms, well-designed plot line, and conversations voiced by famous Japanese actors, this title will surely bring players incredible modern dating gaming experience!

Follow the protagonist Angelique - a kind hearted blonde blessed with the mission, to compete with other noble candidates for the next Queen of the Cosmos Kingdom!

In the gaming world, there is no escape from the never-ending console wars.

Every year at E3, developers battle it out to see who has the best and most promising software and hardware to impress their audience.

is a Neoromance 20th Anniversary remake title of Angelique series' first game and is scheduled to hit both PS Vita and PSP on December 17 in Japan.

Introducing both strategic gameplay and dating simulation system, this title features multiple decision-makings and endings which makes this dating game quite playable.

In order to win the final competition, Angelique must work hard every day to take good care of her fellow citizens on the continent and also watch out the rivals' lands.

Nine different types of good-looking guardians are around Angelique to help her win this battle - sounds distracted? If players "accidently" fall in love with one of them, Angelique may have to give up the position of next Queen of the Cosmos.

However, the PS Vita, Sony’s latest handheld, is often overlooked.