Akiba’s Trip 2 has actual stores and restaurants from Akihabara for players to visit. You can grab a plate of curry at Go! Go! Curry or sing your heart out in a karaoke box in Adores.
You can also visit electronics store Tsukumo and buy a new laptop(?) or catch an idol performance at Dear Stage. Akiba’s Trip 2 has over 130 locations to visits and that number includes maid cafes and beef bowl shops like Sutadonya. Acquire couldn’t get every shop or company to agree that’s why Noguchiya, a parody of Yoshinoya that serves grilled eel bowls, is in the game.
Akiba’s Trip 2 is slated for release on November 7 for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita.