With Japanese developer âge becoming two decades old, Denpasoft has launched a commemorative sale of the studio’s most iconic series.
Âge is a Japanese developer and publisher of eroge visual novels. It was funded in 1998 by Hirohiko Yoshida, Baka Prince Persia, Nanpuureima, Spin Drill, and Carnelian. Their debut title was Kimi ga Ita Kisetsu ~Primary~, released in 1999. They’ve seen major success in 2001 with Kimi ga Nozomu Eien, and are best known today for their Muv-Luv series — which began in 2003 and has since spawned multiple visual novels, games, light novels, and two anime adaptations, with more to come.
The Muv-Luv series began as a high school romantic comedy, following Shirogane Takeru, a lazy student in love with a mecha VR game who often fights with his childhood friend Sumika. Shirogane’s life turns on its head when one morning he wakes up with a girl named Meiya in his bed. He doesn’t remember how it happened, but the girl moves in to his house and begins changing his life the way she sees fit. As the story continues, the stakes continuously increase, and what was once a comedic eroge, eventually becomes a politically-driven space opera with giant mecha fights.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of âge, all three Muv-Luv visual novels published by Sekai Project are available on Steam at 40% off until the 1st of November. You can purchase Muv-Luv for $17.99, Muv-Luv alternative for $23.99, and Muv-Luv photonflowers* for $14.99.
All three games can be bought together in the Muv-Luv Triple Threat bundle for $48.42.
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