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LoveR Kiss Adds More Jiggles And Panty Details On Switch Over PS4; Releases In Japan February 27, 2020


    PS4 dating sim LoveR by Photo Kano producer Ichiro Sugiyama is getting an updated rerelease called Lover Kiss for PS4 and Switch. Kadokawa announced its Japanese release date of February 27, 2020 with info on what’s new for LoveR Kiss, and comparisons between PS4 and Switch versions.

    Kadokawa shared highlights for what’s new:

    Himari Saiki (CV: Sakura Tange)

    New love interest Himari Saiki added. She’s a teacher and more mature romance option with a theme of ‘experiments in love.’

    Photo Sessions On Switch Handheld

    You can use the Nintendo Switch version’s Handheld Mode to simulate an actual camera.

    Himari added to Free Photo Sessions

    You can take photographs of Himari as you would with the other girls. LoveR Kiss also adds a new Chemistry Class location to go with her.

    Pair Photo Sessions

    Photograph sessions with a pair of characters with cute, sexy, and other kinds of poses.

    Weekly Undergarment Change

    Basically a weekly undergarments schedule for the girls. They also wear “slightly sexier” underwear on the weekends, but this is exclusive to the Nintendo Switch version.




    Switch Version

    PlayStation 4 Version

    Background SettingPartial backgrounds, such as distant views, are omittedFully depicted (unchanged from LoveR)
    Gyro ControlsIncluded, with controls that lets you use like a real camera in Handheld ModeIncluded
    Voice InputNot includedIncluded
    Keyword Conversation UnlocksUnlocked with play timeUnlocked with voice input/play time
    Added ‘Touch Points’ During ConversationsIncluded, with ‘chest’ addedNot included (unchanged from LoveR)
    Undergarment DetailsPatterns depicted with more detailsPlain (unchanged from LoveR)
    Weekly  Undergarment  ChangeIncluded, the girls change undergarments Monday through FridayNot included
    Video RecordingNot includedIncluded


    LoveR Kiss releases for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Japan on February 27, 2020. Check our previous report to see more of the updated rerelease.

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