PlayStation VR Exclusive Summer Lesson: Chisato Shinjo Gets New Screenshots Showing Quirky DLC

Bandai Namco shows the first DLC for its third Summer Lesson game with a batch of new screenshots showing Chisato Shinjo in new situations.

on October 19, 2017 3:54 AM

Today Bandai Namco released the first two DLC packages in Japan for its third Summer Lesson PlayStation VR game Summer Lesson: Chisato Shinjo Seven Days Etude.

The first package Chisato Shinjo Breakfast Time, retailing at 1,380 yen plus taxes on the PlayStation Store, has Chisato and the player go out for a rare break. It includes two different experiences: eating out, and resting at the shrine, as the uppity and pampered Chisato wanders out of her comfort zone and even gets a bit mischievous as she drinks from the same bottle as the player.  The DLC also includes a new T-shirt outfit in three colors.

The second experience, sold at the same price, is Chisato Shinjo Red Carpet Magic Hour. This one shows the slightly eccentric side of Chisato, as she purchases some magic equipment influenced by a book she read. She’ll try to do different tricks like hypnotism and skewering the protagonist with a fake sword. Two new outfits with three colors each are also included.

You can enjoy the screenshots below, and take a look at an earlier trailer. Iif you want to see more of the Summer Lesson franchise, you can check out Hikari Miyamoto and Alison Snow.

Summer Lesson: Chisato Shinjo Seven Day Etude is currently available in Japan, exclusively for PlayStation 4 with PlayStation VR required to play. The next wave will come on November 2nd.

 /  Executive News Editor
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