MangaGamer has announced two new visual novel titles at Anime Weekend Atlanta 2016, as well as the news they will publish Lupiesoft’s yuri VN, The Stargazers.
At this year’s Anime Weekend Atlanta convention in Atlanta, Georgia, MangaGamer announced two new title acquisitions at their panel, both of which are from prior partners. The first is a new 2016 version DLC expansion pack for Overdrive’s Go! Go! Nippon! visual novel, which will add new locations and CGs for the girls. The second announcement is Golden Fantasia CROSS, a fighting game featuring characters from 07 Expansion’s Umineko no Naku Koro ni visual novel series.
While neither games are adult in nature, Go! Go! Nippon! does have a couple ecchi CGs, despite being an all-ages title. Hopefully, this new expansion pack will include CGs featuring the girls in lewd situations for all of you to enjoy. During the panel, MG also announced that they will be publishing Lupiesoft’s yuri VN The The Stargazers, which will be receiving both an 18+ and all-ages edition on Steam. This comes as no surprise, considering the publisher has previously released Lupiesoft’s other adult title, In the City of Alabast : The Menagerie. In commemoration of MG’s official announcement, a demo of the game has been up on their website.
For your reading pleasure, below you will find more information on the games announced.
Go! Go! Nippon! 2016
Let’s GO GO to Nippon for another exciting adventure in Go Go Nippon 2016! In addition to UI tweaks to add a wallet display and showcase which girl provides the tour, this brand new expansion also adds six new locations to explore and even more event CG with Makoto and Akira!
Golden Fantasia CROSS
Drawing from the highly-acclaimed visual novel, this 2D tag-team fighting game features 19 different characters from the series that can be paired to create a wide variety of different match-ups! Combine meta world abilities and fighting styles between partners to create your best tag-team for crushing the competition! Featuring both story mode and multiplayer, competitive play, Golden Fantasia CROSS will be coming to both MangaGamer and Steam!
That’s all of the MangaGamer announcements from Anime Weekend Atlanta 2016. You can check out Denpasoft’s AWA announcements here. We’ll keep you up to date on any answers or breaking developments we come across in regards to these new releases.