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Natsuiro And Water Summer Details

As previously reported, Princess Soft will release the Dreamcast port of Suika on July 18th. Apart from the DC version, however, the company also has a PlayStation version called Water Summer in the works, which will be released on the same day. The only difference between the DC and PSX versions is the quantity of limited edition copies available. There will only be 15,000 copies of Water Summer's limited edition available, compared to 20,000 for Suika.

Already on May 30th, Natsuiro no Sunadokei, another PC port handled by Princess Soft, shipped to Japanese stores. Natsuiro is a time hopping love adventure for PlayStation 2. The game's protagonist is a guy who not only has to overcome the usual obstacles while getting closer to the heroines, but is also faced with the element of time travelling. Natsuiro's heroines are Kaho Seizawa, a 2nd year senior high school student and leader of the theater performance group, Ai Senou, the manager of the school's sports activity group, Mana Kawamura, leader of the swim group (and a successful high dive athlete), Tomomi Yanagihara, a 24 year old science teacher and Legion, a 16 or 17 year old girl of the time patrol.

Natsuiro no Sunadokei's special edition retails for 7,800yen ($64.26 USD) and features a drama and audio CD as well as character cards. The standard edition is available for 6,800yen ($56.02 USD).


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06.22.02 - 4:47 PM
Chris Winkler





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