Minato Aqua Game
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Minato Aqua Aquarium PC Release Date Set, Steam Version Coming

Hololive and Entergram announced a release date for the PC version of Aquarium, the Minato Aqua game. It will appear on October 26, 2023 in Japan. Hololive opened pre-orders for the limited edition PC version of the game. Already available on the Switch and PS4, the PC version will include an additional side story and an English language option. There is currently no option for a digital download, however Hololive stated a Steam page is coming soon.

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Originally announced and released in 2022, Aquarium features Hololive Vtubers Minato Aqua, Shirakami Fubuki, and Houshou Marine. Players take on the role of the heir of the Francois family. You must take Aqua on as a beginner maid in order to sharpen your leadership skills.

The Hololive-exclusive Limited Edition of Aquarium for the PC includes a tapestry, acrylic figure, acrylic keychain, acrylic panel, OST, theme song CD and 2 drama CDs. It costs $67. It is expected to ship sometime between October 26, 2023 and November 4, 2023. The additional side story will be added to the PS4 and Switch versions in a free update, however the English language option will not.

You can get a look at some of the bonus items in the gallery below:

Hololive Production’s English branch recently held its first concert, Connect the World, in Los Angeles, California. Members of Hololive Indonesia, who performed as guests at the concert, spoke to Siliconera about the experience.

The Aquarium PC release date is October 26, 2023. It isn’t on Steam yet, but the Hololive Production Official Shop opened physical pre-orders. The game is also readily available on the Nintendo Switch and Playstation 4 in Japan.

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Elliot is a staff writer from the mist-shrouded isle of Albion, and has been covering gaming news and reviews for about a year. When not playing RPGs and Strategy games, she is often found trying (and failing) to resist the urge to buy more little plastic spacemen.