Bandai Namco has revealed details on its upcoming "flirt with a high school girl" PlayStation VR game, Summer Lesson
Summer Lesson was one of those Virtual Reality games that was inevitable. The PlayStation VR exclusive from Bandai Namco essentially puts you in the role of a "tutor", teaching and eventually "bonding" with a Japanese high school girl. We thought it was just going to be one of those weird tech demos that just went away but at Tokyo Game Show this year Sony revealed that this is a real game that will launch alongside PS VR.
First up, check out the trailer to the right that was released alongside the new info. It will be sold under its official title, Summer Lesson: Hikari Miyamoto Seven Days Room and is set to launch alongside PlayStation VR on 13 October for 2,980 yen (US$28.93). Furthermore, while the trailer only showed the player interacting with the girl in her bedroom, Sony says that there will also be options for more "intriguing scenarios" with her in the future.
When the game was debuted last year, as well as the Japanese school girl we saw a scenario with a blonde-haired American girl, who is noticeably absent from this build of the game. I guess Bandai knows what the weebs want.
We're at Tokyo Game Show this year and will endeavor to check this one out for ourselves before the end of the show. Stay tuned!