Frontwing Plans to Publish More Third-Party Japanese Visual Novels in the West

on November 24, 2016 1:01 AM

Frontwing made a few announcements for western fans of visual novels during their AMA hosted on reddit earlier today.

A question was asked whether the company would be interested in publishing more of Akabeisoft2’s visual novels. They responded by saying:

We’d definitely love to work with AKABEi again! One of our Japanese staff members here at Frontwing particularly enjoyed Boku no Hitori Sensou, so it would be great if we got the opportunity to bring that or any other of their titles to the west.
Frontwing is definitely very much interested in localizing third-party titles, and it’s something we’re going to be investing a lot of time and effort into going forward!

Furthermore, the company announced that they are planning to team up with Limited Run Games to work on physical PlayStation Vita versions of the their localized games.

The developer and publisher, Frontwing, has been busy working on their Corona Blossom series and upcoming Grisaia: Phantom Trigger visual novel, but they are also working with Tokyo Otaku Mode to bring Akabeisoft2’s Sharin No Kuni to the west.

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