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A dropout is forced to attend a school for the rich in Saga Planets’ Kinkoi: Golden Loveriche, a slice-of-life visual novel published by NekoNyan on multiple storefronts.

Kinkoi: Golden Loveriche is a slice of life romance visual novel following a young man named Ichimatsu Ouro. Having dropped out of school, Ouro spends a lot of his free time loitering around town. During one of his frequent outings, he spots a young girl surrounded by men in black suits, trying to force her to go with them. Thinking the girl is in trouble, the protagonist grabs her and runs away.

As it turns out, the girl was a noble from abroad, named Silvia, who came to Ouro’s town to attend the Noble Private Academy located there. The men in suits have been her concerned bodyguards and in spite of his good intentions, Ouro’s actions made him look like a kidnapper. To resolve the situation peacefully, Silvia’s bodyguards would have to punish Ouro or hand him over to the Japanese police, who’d likely press charges to save face.

Not fond of either solution, Silve comes up with a third option: have Ouro join the academy and claim he’s a friend of hers so that the situation no longer looks like an international incident. Seeing this as the only reasonable choice, Ouro begins his new life at an academy full of young, noble girls. Additionally, given his sudden enrollment at the academy, he ends up living in the far corner of the girls’ dormitory.

Silvia le Cruzcrown Sortilège Sisua

A princess from the Northern European kingdom of ”Sortilège.” Her nickname is ”Sylvie.” Although she is low in the line of succession to the throne, she’s an important guest while in Japan.

She’s generally innocent and naive, loves to go out on walks, and can often be found buying bread. She quickly takes an interest in Ouro, who is unlike anyone who exists in her world.

She’s ignorant of the world at large and still believes there are samurai, ninja, and the like in Japan. Worse yet, she’s incredibly gullible. She’s also a world-famous pianist, and a fan of the Japanese diva, Maria Bishop.

Kisaki Reina

A trendy girl in Ouro’s class. She’s a class favorite since she’s cute, cheerful, and friendly to everyone. She’s the sort who, despite her extreme popularity with men, would rather have a fun time with her girlfriends. Reina often teases Sylvie about modern fashion.

She enrolled at Noble Academy in hopes of someday getting into the fashion industry. She gets along well with Ouro due to their similar financial status and commoner mindset.

Heroina di Caballero istaa

A knight who serves as Sylvia’s imperial guard. Her nickname is ”Elle.” She excels in martial arts and boasts unparalleled strength, but is otherwise a bit of a klutz. Elle is prone to flying off the handle, so no one ever thinks of teasing her. She hates dirty jokes and will get angry if someone makes fun of her name.

Her female classmates and peers believe she stands out among the rest, and is popular with them as a result. She responds kindly when spoken to, so she has many latent fans.

Soma Ria

A moody, delinquent girl in a different class from Ouro. She’s a smoker and has been suspended a number of times.Ria has quite the foul mouth, seems bored with everything, and has become incredibly cynical. She’s developed a reputation for being a hoodlum, so only happy-go-lucky people―like Reina―approach her.

Kuryu Akane

An enthusiastic girl who is part of the Track Club. She’s the reckless, clumsy type who tends to act before she thinks, and tries to overcome everything through sheer enthusiasm and willpower.

Everyone in the dorm sees Akane as a mascot of sorts. While Reina teases her, Sylvie is nothing but affectionate. She is surprisingly susceptible to pressure and will yell, ”Auauh!” in no time flat.

Caminal le Pultaia Sortilège Sisua

Silvie’s sister and the 10th princess of Sortilège. Her nickname is ”Mina.” She’s an insightful person who does see people for their social or economic status, but on their own personal merits.However, she does not care for Ouro much as he is far too undisciplined for her liking and does not live up to her standards. Mina pokes her nose into Ouro’s business to correct his poor habits for her sister’s sake.

Jogasaki Ayaka

Committee Chairman of Ouro’s class. Her father is the president of a certain TV station and is now considered ”new rich.” She’s mild-mannered, but can be immensely sadistic and abrasive. Ayaka looks down on commoners and wishes they, especially Ouro and Reina, would leave Noble Academy.

Unfortunately for Ouro, he’s a complete sucker for Ayaka’s long, black hair and can’t stand up to her. If anyone comments on her large rear end, she will instantly lose her temper.

Maria Bishop

A musical artist of whom the protagonist is a huge fan. Since her online debut, her music received well over a hundred million downloads and netted her numerous awards in America, the United Kingdom, and Japan alike.

She is said to be the last diva in the Japanese music industry. Maria isn’t affiliated with any production company and has locked down all information about herself aside from her music.

Kinkoi: Golden Loveriche is now available on Steam, JAST USA, FAKKU, Denpasoft, and Nutaku for the promotional price of $31.49 until the 18th of June, at which point it will cost $34.99. The visual novel is also available on MangaGamer for $31.45, where it will later cost $34.95. A demo of the game is also available on Steam and Denpasoft.

Adult content for the Steam version of Kinkoi: Golden Loveriche has to be installed separately, using a patch available on NekoNyan’s website.

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