PlayStation VR Exclusive Summer Lesson: Alison Snow Trailer Shows American Waifu Simulator in Action

The adorable Alison snow wants to be your American waifu, as she shines in a new trailer and screenshots.

on June 21, 2017 10:23 PM

Bandai Namco certainly seems to have evolved the virtual waifu to an art form, and today they released a new trailer and new screenshots of Summer Lesson: Alison Snow Garden of Seven Days to celebrate the Japanese release.

The new trailer showcases the adorable Alison in various situations, giving us another glimpse on what she looks and acts like.

At the end of the trailer we also get to take a look at the four DLC announced for the game, that are also shown in the screenshots.

the Cheerleading Extra Scene includes a cheerleader outfit and a scene in which Alison does exactly what you’d expect from a cheerleader (gotta rock those American stereotypes a bit), dressed with the appropriate outfit.

The Watermelon Splitting Extra Scene includes bikinis in various coloers, as Alison tries to split a watermelon with a stick in the traditional beach pastime. Both DLC will come to Japan on July 13th, and will cost 1180 yen including taxes, and both costumes are compatible with the previous game (Summer Lesson: Hikari Miyamoto Seven Days Room). If you have that as well, you’ll be able to use them on Hikari-chan.

The second batch of DLC doesn’t have a release date yet. The International Exchange: Alison’s Side DLC has Alison challenging the players’ English skills.

The Summer Sky Singing Voice package sees Alison and the player visit a temple, where she’ll give a singing and guitar playing performance. Both of these DLC will include new outfits, and will cost 1,490 yen including taxes.

You can check out the trailer and screenshots below, and if you want to see more, you can check out another batch of screenshots, and see the first gameplay footage and trailer as well.

Summer Lesson: Alison Snow Garden of Seven Days releases today in Japan, exclusively for PlayStation VR.

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