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New Roomate Asami Game Coming to DC

Datam Polystar has announced that it will release Roomate Asami Okusama ha Joshikousei Director's Edition, for Sega Dreamcast this winter. The newest Roomate Asami love adventure will be based on a serial that was published in Shueisha's Young Jump magazine, called Hiyoko Brand Okusama ha Joshikousei. The player will assume the role of Asami's newly wed husband, and as a devoted husband, it is the player's job to help his young wife to overcome various obstacles throughout the game. During events Asami's facial expressions will change in real time.

Compared to the game's PlayStation 2 version, the DC version will feature modified visuals, the addition of previously unused pictures, a drama CD, and a cell phone-based message service. Interested players who purchase their copy through Sega's Dreamcast Direct online shop will also receive an exclusive mouse pad. Roomate Asami Okusama ha Joshikousei Director's Edition for Dreamcast will be released on November 21st. The official retail price has been fixed at 6,800yen (56.00USD), but Dreamcast Direct plans to sell the game for 6,120 yen (50.40USD).



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09.20.02 - 2:23 AM
Chris Winkler





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