Denpasoft’s Anime Expo Line-up of Visual Novels Includes the Adult Release of Tenshin Ranman Lucky or Unlucky!?

Denpasoft’s Anime Expo Line-up of Visual Novels Includes the Adult Release of Tenshin Ranman Lucky or Unlucky!?

Denpasoft made a few announcements regarding adult visual novel releases coming to the west, keep in mind that most of these titles also have an all ages version.

The release that is probably most likely going to make visual novel fans happy is that Denpasoft will release the adult version of the visual novel Tenshin Ranman Lucky or Unlucky!? (mosaic), which was originally announced in 2015 as the all-ages version. Sekai Project has shared that the 50 hour long story is currently 99% complete-via official website.

The publisher details the game’s premise:

Chitose Haruki lives a tranquil and peaceful life. If he drops his phone, it always falls into water. He’s lost track of how many times he’s lost his wallet. If he rides his bike, he’s bound to have an accident and if he’s walking around town he’s likely to get into a fight.

One day, he suddenly receives a package. With no name, or sender address, it only had the word living thing taped to the box. For someone like Haruki who lives with all sorts of troubles as part of his daily routine, even he did not have any idea what to expect from its contents. To think he’d be sent a girl… In Haruki’s possession was a new source of bad luck… or rather the tempestuous beginning of good fortune.

The girl claimed to be a goddess who was here to wipe away all of Haruki’s bad luck… but it seems her actions only create new problems and trouble for the people around him! Within the absurdity of his every day life, exactly what will this good fortune bring him?

There’s only one screenshots that we can show from the ones they sent us.

Next, the publisher revealed adult versions of a few other titles that were announced by Sekai Project early today: Dracu-Riot!, Senren*Banka, and Nanairo Reincarnation.

Lastly, Denpasoft revealed two titles from Fan-na titled: Miko no Kanata: Curious Tale from the Shrine -Chapter Rin- and Real Life Plus Ver. Kaname Komatsuzaki.

The publisher details Miko no Kanata: Curious Tale from the Shrine -Chapter Rin-:

This is the first part in the Miko no Kanata series. This traditional Japanese-style romance adventure tells the story of Kiryu Yuya, a young man who one day comes across Mikanagi Akiha, a mysterious girl.

Akiha is the spitting image of a miko (shrine maiden) who repeatedly appears in Yuya’s dreams and takes his life. Nevertheless, he feels a strong sense of fate in meeting Akiha. It feels like we’re finally meeting each other… Yuyasan. These words Akiha speak show her strong fascination in Yuya and they soon fall in love with each other…

However, Akiha’s old sister, Koharu who is also a miko lets him in on a startling revelation. Akiha-chan… is not someone from this era.

This is a tale of a young woman’s love which surpasses the infinite bounds of a millennium. A tragic tale of shrine maidens of battle and the fate imposed upon them. And the followers of darkness who seek to rampage through the world of night…

Will these strong feelings that Yuya and Akiha have for each other be enough to bring them together?

The publisher details Real Life Plus Ver. Kaname Komatsuzaki:

Real Life Plus Ver. Kaname Komatsuzaki is a game that lets you enjoy life interacting and growing up with Kaname Komatsuzaki, a childhood friend of the protagonist, Kouichi. The game is strewn with short segments that explore their relationship with the choices made at each step which alter their lives as they spend their youth with each other.

The story is 100% dialog and from the start in 1999 to the present day, everything from the subject matter to the backgrounds are linked to each period in the game. With each choice, Kaname’s mannerisms and even things such as her choice of clothing and hairstyle will change as well. The natural voice work by voice actress Sakazaki Mao also helps to bring a realistic feeling to the game as well.

All titles are coming to the PC, however there are currently no announced release dates at this time.