PlayStation VR Exclusive Summer Lesson Gets New 1080p Screenshots and Gameplay Details

on October 6, 2016 4:57 AM

Today Bandai Namco released a batch of 1080p screenshots of the upcoming PlayStation VR exclusive Summer Lesson, releasing in Japan on October 13th, with no announcement for a western release.

We also get an overview of the basic flow of gameplay.

The player plays the role of the tutor of a high school girl  named Hikari Miyamoto. In order to help her prepare for a test after summer vacation, he gives her private lessons at her home in late summer. The lessons will repeat for seven days, and the ending will change depending on the results.

On the first day, the game will begin in a coffee shop. The tools spread on the table will be the menu screen. The player can select the subject and help Hikari grow in five differen stats.

At 10 in the morning the lesson will start. The content of each lesson will vary depending on the subjects selected during the preparation phase. During the lesson the player will be able to choose how to teach via a selection of policies.

At 3 PM, it’ll be time for a break. It’s possible to observe Hikari or enjoy a chat with her. The outcome of the previous lesson also gets stamped on her report card.

At 5 PM, the player returns to the cafe, and can check the detailed results of the lessons in the graph indicating Hikari’s stats. This flow repeats for the seven days in which the player will tutor her.

You can check out the screenshots below.

 /  Executive News Editor
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