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Bustafellows Switch and PC Will Debut at the End of July

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PQube’s next visual novel has a release date. People will be able to play NIPPON CULTURAL BROADCASTING EXTEND INC’s Bustafellows on the Switch and PC on July 30, 2021. Once the full game is available, it will have Japanese voice acting and English subtitles.

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Bustafellows is an adventure game where players can investigate crimes and mysteries, then save the day and (hopefully) find a better future. There are multiple endings, including romantic ones, and side stories to complete. It also references and includes characters from the developer’s previous game, Side Kicks. In addition, while it is an otome, it is more of an adventure-focused tale.

There are also new looks at the game. An array of additional screenshots were shared alongside the release date announcement. These offer more peeks at gameplay. We can watch Teuta interact with Limbo, take part in a coin toss with Luka, and see how the “team” operates.

Here are all of the new Bustafellows English PC and Switch screenshots. Don’t worry, as there aren’t any spoilers here. Rather, they all consist of moments people would experience fairly early in the adventure.

Bustafellows will come to the Nintendo Switch and PC on July 30, 2021. There will be Switch standard and special edition physical copies. That includes a Collector’s Edition with New Sieg People Magazine.

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