RPGFan


Mike Salbato
Find Love and Defuse Bombs in Sweet Fuse: At Your Side
Oh, Aksys, you never fail to bring us the quirkiest things.
02.15.13 - 8:21 PM

Aksys Games has announced a new PSP visual novel title developed by the Idea Factory Otomate Studio, and it's a game with a delightfully oddball premise – saving a theme park from a porcine madman while looking for love.

Sweet Fuse: At Your Side casts you as Saki Inafune, niece of Keiji Inafune (who seems to just show up everywhere now). As Saki is attending the opening ceremonies of her uncle's new theme park, disaster strikes as the ferris wheel explodes at the hands of the portly, cigar-smoking Count Hogstein. Taking the park management team hostage, the Count announces a deadly series of games that Saki must survive to rescue her uncle.

Saki won't be alone, as she's joined by a cast of other participants. While the goal is to stay alive, it so happens the rest of the cast are all available bachelors – what luck! Thanks to the game's many puzzles, divergent paths, and possible love connections, Sweet Fuse: At Your Side features 14 different endings, and over 30 hours of gameplay.

Have a look at Sweet Fuse: At Your Side in our brand new gallery, and look for more on the title as its summer release nears!


Back





Coming Up on Twitch

Mass Effect: Andromeda
Sunday, Mar. 26 • 10am PDT/1pm EDT

Shining Force
Every Tuesday • 11am PDT/2pm EDT

Tales of Symphonia
Every Wednesday • 5pm PDT/8pm EDT

Horizon Zero Dawn
Every Thursday • 5pm PDT/8pm EDT

Featured Content
Retro Encounter 73 & 75: Chrono Trigger ~ Final Thoughts
Retro Encounter 73 & 75: Chrono Trigger
Final Thoughts
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
Review
Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 4 and 5 Review
Batman: The Telltale Series - Episode 4 and 5
Review
Retro Encounter 75
Retro Encounter 75
Podcast
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice OST Review
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice OST
Review
Mass Effect: Andromeda Review
Mass Effect: Andromeda
Review