Princess Soft will release a PlayStation 2 adventure title based on the manga World's End, as featured in Enterbrain's Magical Premium magazine. No details have been released so far, apart from a projected 2004 release date.
An adaption of Love Doll: Lovely Idol, which has been published in the same magazine, is also in development. In the game, players will control Toshihiro Fujizawa, a newcomer to Sweet Fish Productions. In his new position, he will work under his older sister who happens to be the company's talent manager. Despite being a new hiree, Toshihiro is assigned to handle a total of 12 so-called Love Dolls. Those girls are future idols, casted by Sweet Fish via a TV show. Since all 12 are only at the early stages of their careers, they have to be treated carefully, while at the same time being prepared for their time in the spotlight. This happens to be the protagonist's job.
Like World's End, Love Doll: Lovely Idol for PlayStation 2 will be released in Japan sometime this year.