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Celestial Crossing Touwaku Studio Visual Novel Steam Greenlight

Celestial Crossing Released on Steam


Touwaku Studio’s visual novel title Celestial Crossing has been released on Steam.

After having been successfully approved through Steam Greenlight a couple months back, Celestial Crossing has finally hit PC gaming platform Steam, after some delays from their prior tentative release of November. In addition to containing plenty of ecchi elements, the game also features English voice acting for its female characters.

For your reading pleasure, below you will find a synopsis and sample CGs and screenshots.

The characters we create in games are fascinating. They are often a projection of our power fantasies.
If you consider yourself weak, you often create a strong character. If you think you are dumb, you will create a wise and intelligent character.
They represent traits that we don’t have, but wish we had.
Often they are our polar opposite. Good people get to be bad, and shy people get to be courageous.

So what would happen if you came face to face with your in-game alter ego?
Do you think you would get along? Would you like each other? Or would you not stand the sight of each other?

Welcome to Celestial Crossing

In this visual novel you play as Hikaru, a high school student who sleeps all day and plays his favorite game all night.

Though one day through a series of events he does not yet understand, these two worlds collide and his in-game avatar is now standing in his bedroom. He will now have to learn how to live with Nerith, a barbaric elven warlock who does not understand civilized concepts such as laws, morals, or pants…


You can grab Celestial Crossing on Steam here for only $9.74. The game is compatible with Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems.

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