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Girl Friend Beta Vita Screens Released

Bandai Namco have dropped the first wave of direct feed screens from their upcoming title Girl Friend Beta: Summer Vacation Spent With You.

According to Gematsu, Girl Friend Beta: Summer Vacation Spent With You is due out for PS Vita in Japan on August 20.

The game is a spin-off visual novel from the initial dating sim with the option of eight women to choose from. Like all dating sims, the player must give gifts, and spend time, slowly building up their rapport with each girl. Where this one differs is that it’s free-to-play, with some content being locked behind paywalls. The game features battles against enemies, as well as social club activities and class events which aid in building your reputation with certain girls.

The screenshots depict the girls in a variety of locations—participating in club activities, going to the beach, participating in class events, with the girls all clad in quite revealing outfits. While deepening each relationship with a girl, players can keep an eye on their relationship levels with eight featured girls from the original smartphone title. The eight featured girls from the original game are Kokomi Shiin, fumio Murakami, Erena Mochizuki, Chloe Lemaire, Miss Monochrome, Akane Sakurai, Nae Yuuki and Momoko Asahina.

While the original source for this story appears to be Famitsu, we couldn’t find any other source besides Gematsu. Anyone interested in further screenshots from Girl Friend Beta: Summer Vacation Spent With You should visit Gematsu’s gallery of all the released screenshots . To stay up to date with more information on this game, follow us on Twitter. Thanks for reading!

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