Destiny Star Girlfriend Launches December 14 Following a Delay

    Available to wishlist right now.

    Shiravune and Mirai announced romance visual novel Destiny Star Girlfriend is finally coming to PC via Steam on December 14. The game was delayed from its October 19 release date, which was another delay of its own., and Steam users can wishlist the game right now.

    Destiny Star Girlfriend features more than 10 hours of story content with a single dedicated route and ending. Despite the linear format for this visual novel, players may still make different choices during the playthrough. Fans can expect enticing CG artwork, anime-style sprites, and a stellar Japanese voice cast. 

    Destiny Star Girlfriend Delayed to December 14

    On December 14, visual novel fans can expect to hear a renowned cast of Japanese voice actors in Destiny Star Girlfriend. This cast includes Ichigo Momoi, Ion Momoyama, Yuki Nekomura, and Yuuha Nitta. English, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese language options are supported with the aforementioned Japanese voice-overs. What’s more, the game’s theme song is “Magical Girl☆Conflict.”

    Lastly, here’s an overview of Destiny Star Girlfriend via Steam:


    When campus nobody Seiji is attacked by unhinged space demons, it’s his classroom crush Yuuri who shows up to save the day! Her magical-girl powers easily vanquish the enemy, but a surprise ambush forces her to dive in harm’s way to shield him—leaving both fatally wounded. Luckily, Miss Fujiko arrives on the scene with an enchanted thread to bind both their life forces, sparing them from certain death.

    Over the next three months as Seiji and Yuuri slowly recover, the pair are on doctor’s orders to stay within one meter of each other or risk snapping their “red string of fate.” With his dream girl only centimeters away at every waking moment, will Seiji finally summon the courage to shoot his shot?


    Yuuri Kamiizumi
    Voice: Ichigo Momoi

    A First-Class Stars bearing the name “Rigel.” As an expert manipulator of all things light magic, she pulverizes demons to dust with overwhelming baseball-themed finesse.

    Popular on campus for her cute looks and nice-girl undercover persona. Beneath the mask, while still upbeat and generous, she can be conceited and a sore loser who often gets stuck on one-upping others. For all her bluster, it doesn’t take much to crack her defenses.

    “Nuh-uh, this First-Class Stars has ZERO chinks in her armor. Not one!”

    Maja Krienke
    Voice: Ion Momoyama

    A young woman recruited and contracted by a Majin under mysterious circumstances. As a Stars Killer, she enrolls at Seiji’s academy to defeat Yuuri, Kanoko, and the other Stars. In contrast to Yuuri’s light-wielding magic, Maja commands the darkness—and wields a mean sword to boot.

    Seriously single-minded, she is above all else a warrior of her word, which only makes her Majin alliance more puzzling.

    “I am Maja Krienke. Once I defeat you, I will subjugate the entire Far East!”

    Kanoko Satake
    Voice: Yuki Nekomura

    A Stars bearing the name “Sadalmelik.” Though still a freshman, her Stars skills already surpass some of the organization’s best.

    Chill and seemingly unfazed even in a pinch, she prefers to avoid social small talk, with few exceptions. Obsessed with her campus senior Yuuri as her magical-girl master and mentor, she devotes her time off to serving her every whim. Amazing in the kitchen and a wizard at domestic chores.

    “I’d like nothing more than for you to rely on me for everything…”

    A retired Stars who bore the name “Ancha.” An active member of the Starry Sky Council’s East Kanagawa Branch. Revered for her powerful healing magic since her demon-vanquishing days, she continues to provide support spells while devoting her time to guiding the next generation of Stars.

    Has her fair share of airhead moments, but is overall a mild-mannered pacifist.

    “Yaaay! I got told I did a good job!”

    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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