PlayStation VR Exclusive Summer Lesson: Alison Snow Gets First Charming Screenshots on Famitsu

Bandai Namco reveals the new game of the Summer Lesson series, bringing back the blonde Alison from the E3 2015 demo.

on May 31, 2017 11:42 AM

Following the leak-turned-announcement of Summer Lesson: Alison Snow Garden of Seven Days, the Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu came in today with a spread on the new VR game by Bandai Namco.

The article included the first screenshots, that you can see in the gallery at the bottom of the post.

Development is already 90% complete, and the game will be released in Japan on June 22nd for 2,759 yen, while a package costing 7,704 yen will include four pieces of DLC as well.

The new girl, Alison, who originally appeared in a demo at E3 2015, is a calm and quiet lady animated by a passionate love for music, which will reflect in her interactions.

The structure of the game is very similar to its predecessor, Hikari Miyamoto’s Seven Days Room, in fact the player will step in the shoes of the same private tutor, tasked with giving Alison summer lessons.

Like the forst game, Alison Snow Garden of Seven Days will be released exclusively for PlayStation VR on PS4.

The original Summer Lesson has been rather successful in Japan so much that Bandai Namco released several DLC and a physical edition. It  was recently launched in Asia with English subtitles, but it has never been released in the west.

At the moment, we don’t know if Alison’s more western-friendly image will tempt Bandai Namco to launch this second chapter in the west.

 /  Executive News Editor
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