Tokyo-based visible novel localization firm Shiravune introduced on Friday that it’s going to launch Dōkyūsei: Banhin’ Summer, the remake of Elf’s Dōkyūsei (Classmates) relationship sim recreation, in English and Chinese on March 11. The firm streamed the visible novel’s opening video.

Marie carried out the opening theme titled “Hitonatsu Memory.” The recreation will launch for PC through Steam in an all-ages model, and on PC through Johren in an adult-only model.

Fanza Games’ DiGiNation model developed the remake, which launched on PC in Japan in Febraury 2021. Shiravune describes the sport’s story:

The solar could also be scorching. The babes are hotter! You’ve labored half the summer season and it is time to money out–splash out all that hard-earned pocket change chasing tail. But time waits for no man and summer season by no means lasts, so that you’d higher be fast about it.
Be on the proper place at simply the precise second and who is aware of what sort of cutie will occur your means. It’s as much as you to flirt your means by city, studying about every woman’s hopes, goals, and secrets and techniques, and maybe–just maybe–take an opportunity on real love.
The 2021 remake of this timeless piece of 90s nostalgia is again once more, prepared to beat new hearts around the globe!

Elf launched the the unique recreation in 1992, adopted by a Dōkyūsei 2 sequel in 1995, adopted by the Kakyūsei recreation in 1996, and the Kakyūsei 2 recreation in 2004. Like different relationship sims, the video games current quite a lot of women that the playable principal character can romance, primarily by happening actions with the woman in particular instances that the participant should be taught by interacting with the women.

The remake relies on a Windows re-release in 1999.

The video games all impressed each grownup and all-ages OVAs and tv anime variations. The first recreation impressed the End of Summer four-episode OVA in 1994 and the grownup Dōkyūsei: Climax OVA in 1995. Dōkyūsei 2 impressed a 12-episode grownup OVA 1996 (this was additionally aired on TV in Japan with the grownup scenes eliminated), and the Dōkyūsei 2 Special: Sotsugyōsei OVA in 1999. Kakyūsei impressed the Elf ban Kakyūsei (actually “Elf-version Kakyūsei,” the title distinguishes the anime from the equally titled however unrelated OVA by Pink Pineapple) four-episode OVA in 1997 (solely the final episode has grownup content material), and an all-ages TV anime in 1999. Kakyūsei 2 impressed an all-ages TV anime in 2004, the grownup Kakyūsei 2: Anthology OVA in 2006, and the grownup Kakyūsei 2: Sketchbook OVA in 2007.

The sequence is to not be confused with Asumiko Nakamura‘s similarly-titled Dōkyūsei boys-love manga or the manga’s 2016 anime movie adaptation.

Source: Press launch