Natsuiro High School: Seishun Hakusho, the game that puts you in the role of a high school photographer on an island town, will release in Japan this June, reports this week’s issue of Famitsu magazine. [Thanks, Game Jouhou]

 

According to the game’s story, the protagonist will spend three months as a transfer student at the school on the island of Yumegashima, where he’ll help his childhood friend and the journalism club that isn’t doing too well, so he’ll have to put some effort into keeping it alive.

 

While you do actually play as a young photographer for the school journalism club, you’ll actually take on various requests from over 300 characters living on the open-world island, which ranges from taking actual nice pictures to… panty shots.

 

The magazine report shares more on a special power called AAM (Accel Action Mode) that basically lets you slow down time while sliding and jumping. Think of it as Stranglehold’s “Tequila Time” but instead of raining bullets on enemies, you’re trying to take better pictures of unsuspecting girls.

 

Similar to committing crimes in the Grand Theft Auto games, whenever you perform perverted acts, it will increase your “Suspicious Person” meter, which will result in the cops showing up. Getting caught too much results in a school suspension.

 

Natsuiro High School: Seishun Hakusho will release in Japan on June 4, 2015 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3.

Sato
Editor-in-Chief at Siliconera. Gamer, avid hockey fan, and firm believer in the heart of the cards.

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