UsoNatsu ~The Summer Romance Bloomed From A Lie~ Releases November 3

    Originally planned to release on October 24.

    Sekai Project announced LYCORIS-developed yuri visual novel UsoNatsu ~The Summer Romance Bloomed From A Lie~ launches on November 3 for PC via Steam. The game was previously delayed shortly before its original release date on October 24. 

    Sekai Project previously released the opening movie for UsoNatsu ~The Summer Romance Bloomed From A Lie~ featuring the theme song “sun shade” by Yui Nishio. A free demo is available right now on Steam as fans awaited the October 24 release. A delay would bring the game’s release to Friday, November 3. 

    UsoNatsu ~The Summer Romance Bloomed From A Lie~’s New Launch Date

    At the November 3 launch, UsoNatsu ~The Summer Romance Bloomed From A Lie~ will include includes English, Japanese, and Simplified Chinese language options with Japanese voice-overs. Over 13,000 Steam users have wishlisted the game, and over 6,000 players have tried the aforementioned demo. 

    Here’s the staff producing UsoNatsu:

    • Character Design: Shio Koji
    • Scenario: Akeo
    • Background Art: Senju Kobo Co., Ltd.
    • Music: Yua (next marginalized progress)
    • Publishing: Sekai Project
    • Producer: Iida Takaaki
    • Planning/Development: LYCORIS

    Lastly, here’s an overview of the visual novel’s story, via Steam

    UsoNatsu Story

    “Love can so easily turn people into liars.”

    On a hill overlooking the sea is Minatocho’s Aoba Dai-ichi High School.
    One night, 2nd year student, Tachibana Kaoru is completely heartbroken by her middle school homeroom teacher, Shimotsuki Mirei.
    That scene is also seen by Minagi Shiori, a model student who is also in Kaoru’s class.
    In state of despondence, Kaoru opens up to Shiori about her past with Mirei.
    After listening intently to Kaoru’s story, Shiori, with a mysterious air about her, poses a question.

    “Instead of forgetting someone you cared about… do you think it’s possible to simply overwrite those memories with different ones?”
    “I’m not sure if it’s truly possible or not, but I might have to try something like that if I’m going to get over her.”

    With that, Shiori suddenly makes a surprising request to Kaoru:

    “I need you to help me forget about my older brother.”

    It is a request to overwrite the memories of her older brother by going through a tour of her past memories.
    Shiori has always wanted to live up to the standard of excellence that her older brother embodied,
    but as she held a career counseling sheet in her hand, she realizes that she no longer made decisions for herself.

    “Sure, okay. But how?”

    Kaoru is enthusiastic about this “tour of memories” that she will go on with Shiori.
    She too wants to forget about her teacher, who was her first crush.

    Their relationship is then discovered by Inohara Riku, a fellow classmate who also harbors feelings for Shiori.
    And so the curtain rises on this sometimes slapstick fun as well as poignant love story.

    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]

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