Sekai Project and Denpasoft have released the second part of mystic yuri eroge visual novel Ne no Kami: The Two Princess Knights of Kyoto.
Originally released in December of 2016 in Japan under the title of Ne no Kami – Kyou no Miyako to Futari no Hime Kishi – Kouhen, Ne no Kami: The Two Princess Knights of Kyoto is a yuri visual novel and eroge about Ren and Shinonome, two girls discovering the truth about the world despite the machinations of fate itself. Ne no Kami: The Two Princess Knights of Kyoto Part 2 is a direct sequel to the first game and it’s highly recommended to read the latter first in order to get familiarized with the characters, setting and general plot.
Check out the game’s short story synopsis together with a couple of screenshots as well as a lengthy gameplay trailer below.
A large earthquake rocks Kyoto at its core, unsettling the balance of the world. Through television and radio, news of absurd behaviors and emergence of cults became frequent, and demons sightings were reported all throughout Japan. But with the passage of time, society’s belief in the supernatural was fading and the people’s interest would eventually return to the mundane, regular life. The demons were no longer seen, and the world has become “peaceful” at the surface. Not long thereafter, the events of the earthquake were all but forgotten. Ren has been living her entire life as a regular high school student. But suddenly, she is reunited with Shinonome, her childhood friend from long ago, and receives the ominous message-
“Ren, you are going to abandon this town… and die—today”
Since her reunion with Shinonome, Ren’s life is thrust into an all new “reality,” and the curtain which hid the “truth” of this new world is been lifted. Ren and Shinonome must tempt fate and face a world in which reality is all but blurred, as the truth of this world comes to light.
[UPDATE 09/08/2017] The game has now been made available on Steam and you can purchase the PC version here for the discounted launch price of $8.99. [/UPDATE]
Be sure to read our review of the first part of Ne no Kamiright here.
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