Meiji Tokyo Renka: Full Moon Coming to Switch and PC Worldwide

    Originally released on PS Vita in 2016.

    dramatic create and MAGES. announced otome visual novel Meiji Tokyo Renka: Full Moon is coming to Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam worldwide in 2024. The game will support Japanese audio with English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese language options. 

    Meiji Tokyo Renka: Full Moon first released on August 25, 2016 for PS Vita in Japan. This is a port of the original Meiji Tokyo Renka for PlayStation Portable. The updated release featured a new route and other new pieces of content, which Nintendo Switch and PC players will soon experience. 

    The game’s official website is now live, and more details are coming soon. Lastly, here’s an overview of the game, via VNDB:

    The protagonist, a quite normal high school girl named Ayazuki Mei, meets the self proclaimed illusionist Charlie on a night with a red full moon. Due to his hand she travels through time to the Meiji era of Japan. There, where Mononoke had been observed, was a sort of mysterious Meiji Era “Tokyo”.

    Following Charlie’s lead, she arrives at the Rokumeikan building. Waiting at the party the protagonist sneaks into are an assemblege of historic personages. Ogai Mori, Shunsou Hishida, Otojirou Kawakami, Kyoka Izumi, Fujita Goro, and Yakumo Koizumi.

    During the protagonists interaction with those men, the prized Meiji Era ability to see Mononoke “Tamayori” is awakened within her. Because she holds this power, her relationship with those men evolves…

    In an unfamiliar era, an awakening of love blooms by living among these handsome men and interacting with them.

    Will the protagonist return to her original time? Or…?

    A love that crosses space-time… What could the conclusion be?

    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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