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Rejoin the heroines of Smee’s Making*Lovers in the extra episodes of Making*Lovers After Stories, a new visual novel published by NekoNyan on multiple storefronts.

Making*Lovers After Stories takes place after the original visual novel, which introduced players to Kazuma Takanashi: a young man with incredibly high standards for the perfect romance. Kazuma was unable to establish a close relationship for most of his youth; however, after facing a lot of criticism from his friends and even his parents, he agreed to a blind date and ended up meeting the perfect partner by chance.

Now, continuing on from the events of the original game, Kazuma is once again spending time with Karen, Saki, Reina, Mashio, and Ako in separate stories. Each story plays out roughly a year after the original game, assuming that the player has maintained a relationship with the given heroine. The stories don’t skim on either the series’ ridiculous humor or erotic content.

Ako Takanashi

Everything you would want in a wife! A very housewife-esque little sister.

Ako is the protagonist’s step-sister. They’ve been together since they were kids, and now the two of them are like two peas in a pod. She can come off as rather childish, but she only acts that way around her family or close friends. In reality, she is an understanding and down-to-earth person who can hold her own.

Saki Naruse

Inexperienced with dating. Works as a weather forecaster.

A beautiful over-achiever who was born and raised in a family where everyone boasts impressive academic achievements. Saki carries with her an air of grace and refinement. This sophistication tends to scare people off, but those who get to know her realize she is actually a bit of a pushover and is very easy to talk to. She has no experience dating whatsoever.

Reina Kanome

Shows her love with everything she has. Works as a model while still going to school.

Reina is still a student, but that doesn’t stop her from working as a fashion model for many magazines. She possesses both the sweetness of a child and an air of maturity, giving her a unique personality. When it comes to work, Reina is deeply serious and stoic, but in her private life, she’s surprisingly easygoing. After a chance meeting with the protagonist, she takes a great liking to him and actively tries to seduce him.

Karen Kitaooji

Can’t be honest with her feelings. Went to college with the protagonist.

Back in college, she used to be in the same club as the protagonist. They frequently ran into each other but never grew particularly close. Karen is very prideful and hates being told what she is supposed to do. However, that’s just her way of compensating for her lack of self-confidence. Deep down, she’s really a very kind and warm person.

Mashiro Tsukino

A Strange girl with unique values, who is living next door.

Mashiro is the same age as the protagonist and is working as a waitress in the boat restaurant Leviathan. Although reticent by nature, she knows how to talk to people. She is an indoor person, with her hobbies consisting of things like gaming and watching TV. Mashiro is satisfied with her current life, but her first love becomes an impetus for change.

Making*Lovers After Stories is now available on JAST USA, Denpasoft, and Steam for the promotional price of $16.19 until September 2nd, at which point it will cost $17.99. The visual novel is also available on MangaGamer for the promotional price of $16.15, where it will later cost $17.95.

Adult content for the Steam version of the game has to be installed separately using a free patch available on the publisher’s website.

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