Romance Visual Novel Kud Wafter: Converted Edition Coming to Switch

    The PSP classic returns.

    Prototype announced romance visual novel Kud Wafter: Converted Edition is coming to Nintendo Switch in Japan. The Nintendo Switch version will launch on November 22 for 5,280 yen. 

    Kud Wafter originally released in 2010 for PC as a spin-off to the successful Little Busters! visual novel. In 2013, Kud Wafter: Converted Edition was released for PlayStation Portable with additional story events and visuals. This particular version will be re-released with further enhancements.

    Kud Wafter: Converted Edition for Switch

    According to the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu, Kud Wafter: Converted Edition’s re-release for Nintendo Switch includes new features. One of these features includes a new digital art collection mode, allowing players to browse stunning visuals at their leisure. Further details about the new features were not revealed, however.

    Here’s a brief overview of Kud Wafter and Little Busters, via VNDB:

    Kud Wafter

    The Little Busters’ trip was a complete success, and summer vacation has finally begun. Everyone heads home for a bit to see their families. Everyone, that is, except for Riki (who has no family) and Kud (whose family lives in another country). One day, an accident occurs that floods the men’s dormitory, which leaves Riki with no place to stay. Luckily, Kud is willing to lend a hand, and she’s also looking for a roommate.

    A spin-off of Little Busters! that focuses on Noumi Kudryavka and Riki Naoe’s after story.

    Little Busters!

    Riki Naoe lost his parents as a child, and fell deep into despair.
    He was saved by a group of kids who called themselves the Little Busters: Kyousuke Natsume, Masato Inohara, Kengo Miyazawa, and Rin Natsume.
    They took him and played at being heroes who fought tireless evil around them.
    Riki discovered endless joy in spending time with his new friends, even though the group was silly and their missions tended to end in failure.
    Over time, it washed away his loneliness and suffering.
    Years later, the whole gang was attending the same school, and Riki became a second-year.
    They were still as silly as ever and spent their youth following Kyousuke’s silly ideas.

    Soul Kiwami
    Soul Kiwami
    Raul Ochoa, a.k.a. Soul Kiwami, is the Managing Editor of Final Weapon and a Games Writer at Game Rant with four years of writing and editing experience. Raul is passionate about the Japanese gaming industry, and he's a huge fan of Nintendo Switch, PC hardware, JRPGs, and fighting games. business email: [email protected] | Muck Rack:

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