PS4/PlayStation VR Exclusive Happy Manager’s First 1080p Screenshots Show the Mansion’s Lovely Ladies

on September 15, 2016 4:16 PM

Today D3 publisher released the first screenshots of its upcoming game Happy Manager, that will be released in 2017 for PS4 and PlayStation VR.

The game is set in Hanazaki city, and the player takes the role of the manager of a mansion with three lovely female tenants. Of course, the ultimate goal is to win their love.

The mansion has all the amenities you would expect, including a pool, a gym and a locker room, which happen to be perfect for running into interesting situations with the ladies.

As mentioned before, there are three tenants: Shizuka Sakurai, a sheltered traditional Japanese beauty that is finally starting to explore life (and drinking), but isn’t used to talk to men.

She is 20, and attends a private university for ladies.

Barbara Kristine Tachibana speaks bluntly like many girls her age (18), but she is a bit socially awkward due to the fact that she has always been target of prejudice, being only half Japanese. She is so beautiful that she also works as a model, besides attending a priivate girl’s high school as a third year student.

Himari Takeyama, is the oldest (21), and also the weirdo of the group. She is also the one who has lived in the mansion the longest. She is always enthusiastic at the beginning, but she has a very short attention span. Despite her looks and attitude, she hides a wise side, and the other tenants rely on her.

 /  Executive News Editor
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