I-Chu releases November 10 for Switch in Japan

    The otome-rhythm game receives a date.

    D3 Publisher and OperaHouse announced otome visual novel and rhythm game I-Chu releases on November 10 for Nintendo Switch in Japan.

    An I-Chu “Etoile Box” Limited Edition will be sold for 13,980 yen, which includes a physical copy of the game, acrylic plate, microfiber cloth, “Halcyon Days” novel booklet, 32 message cards, nine clear bookmarks, and a special box.

    Here’s an overview of I-Chu for Switch via Gematsu:

    Etoile Vio Academy is a school established by a certain famous office called Ailedore.
    The school trains idols in the making to become full-fledged stars. As their teacher and producer, you will help them mature into established idols.
    I-Chu is about idols in the making—on their way to becoming mature talents.
    • Akio Ootsuka
    • Atsushi Abe
    • Atsushi Tamaru
    • Ayumu Murase
    • Daisuke Hirakawa
    • Gakuto Kajiwara
    • Hiro Shimono
    • Hiroyuki Kagura
    • Junta Terashima
    • Junya Enoki
    • KENN
    • Katsufumi Yachi
    • Kazutomi Yamamoto
    • Kei Minegishi
    • Kenji Roa
    • Kohei Fujii
    • Kouhei Amasaki
    • Koutaro Nishiyama
    • Masatomo Nakazawa
    • Naoya Nakanishi
    • Natsuki Hanae
    • Ryouhei Kimura
    • Showtaro Morikubo
    • Souma saitou
    • Taishi Murata
    • Takashi Kondou
    • Takato Nagata
    • Tasuku Hatanaka
    • Tetsuya Kakihara
    • Tomoaki Maeno
    • Tomohito Takatsuka
    • Toshiki Masuda
    • Toshiyuki Toyonaga
    • Yasuaki Takumi
    • Yoshitsugu Matsuoka
    • Yoshiyuki Shimozuma
    • Yuuichi Iguchi
    • Yuuichirou Umehara
    • Yuuki Ono
    • Yuuma Uchida
    • Yuusuke Kobayashi
    • Yuusuke Shirai
    Game System
    By training I-Chu (cards), performing concerts, and increasing their favorability, you will be able to read stories about their interactions.
    The cycle is: Concert –> Story –> Training (lessons, change).
    With the new “seasons” system, you can enjoy events and scouting to your heart’s content. The content released in the app version is divided into seasons, which once unlocked can be replayed at any time, allowing you to enjoy it at your own pace.

    Lastly, check out the release date trailer for I-Chu below via OperaHouse:

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Deputy Editor in Chief of Final Weapon. With a passion for the Japanese gaming industry, Raul is a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs and fighting/action games. business email: [email protected]

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