New Summer Lesson Game Reveals its New Waifu Chisato Shinjo with First Screenshots on Famitsu

If you have always dreamed to be mistreated by your usual super-rich Japanese ojosama, Summer Lesson: Chisato Shinjo Seven Day Etude is for you.

on September 6, 2017 1:06 PM

The Summer Lesson franchise is obviously doing well for Bandai Namco, so today they revealed a brand new game for PlayStation VR titled Summer Lesson: Chisato Shinjo Seven Day Etude on Weekly Famitsu.

After the energetic schoolgirl and the popular foreign singer, the virtual reality waifu simulator is now exploring another common Japanese heroine stereotype, the spoiled ojosama (which is how a rich girl is normally defined).

Voiced by Marie Hatanaka, Chisato is rich and intelligent, good at her studies, and a bit too traditionalist. Her attitude is slightly tainted by nihilism, and she is actually home-schooled. Her family hired the player as a tutor to teach her common sense and fashion among commoners. Basically, you’re the protagonist of Shomin Sample, minus the ecchi.

Our new favorite ojosama loves tea, dresses in an elegant but a bit old-fashioned way, and we even have to teach her to use a PC.

The game will be exhibited at Tokyo Game Show 2017, and we also get to learn about four DLC packages that will launch after the main game.

  • Chisato Shinjo’s Red Carpet Magic Hour (Additional Experience Pack)
  • Chisato Shinjo’s Cool Breeze Break Time (Additional Experience Pack)
  • Chisato Shinjo’s Extra Scene: Twilight of Youth (Costume and Situation)
  • Chisato Shinjo’s Extra Scene: Fashion Show (Costume and Situation)

The game will release in Japan on October 12th, and will be available for pre-order from September 9th. Those who pre-order will receive two different colors for Chisato’s clothes, and a PS4 theme featuring a super deformed version of the heroine walking around the screen.

You can check out the screenshots below, and if you want to see more of the Summer Lesson franchise, you can take a look at Hikari Miyamoto and Alison Snow.

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