Omega Quintet For PlayStation 4 Gets Its First Screenshot

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Compile Heart’s next game under its “Galpagos RPG” label is Omega Quintet for the PlayStation 4. This week’s issue of Famitsu magazine reveals the game, and in the meantime, Famitsu.com has shared a single screenshot of the title, along with artwork of the five idol protagonists.

 

Otoha:

Kyouka:

Kanadeko:

Nene:

Aria:

 

Omega Quintet is scheduled for release on September 18th in Japan.


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