Konami To Launch New LovePlus Girlfriend E-Mail Paid Service

By Ishaan . February 13, 2012 . 10:00am

New LovePlus will creep its way into the hearts of virtual girlfriend enthusiasts in Japan starting tomorrow, and Konami are prepping for its release. Today, they released LovePlus Tools on the Nintendo eShop for 200 yen, which will let you import your data from LovePlus and LovePlus + into the new game.


LovePlus Tools also has an AR feature. Konami plan to release new AR cards for the game every week on Mondays, and you’ll be able to use these to take life-sized photographs of your girlfriend by printing them out on A3 or A4-sized sheets.


Additionally, Konami have also announced a paid service for New LovePlus: Girlfriend Mail. This service will allow players to receive e-mails from their virtual girlfriend about her day-to-day activities. It’s accessible via PCs, smart phones and feature phones.


Girlfriend Mail service will kick off tomorrow, and will cost 315 yen a month or 945 yen for three months. Konami say on the New LovePlus website that you can link your game with the Girlfriend Mail service to have the e-mails use your nickname. Additionally, on events such as your birthday or anniversary, you’ll receive special mails.


The actual paid service won’t kick off until March. Konami are letting players try the service out for free until then.

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