PC and Switch Otome Genso Manege Releasing Worldwide
Image via Mages, Love&Art, and PQube

PC and Switch Otome Game Genso Manege Releasing Worldwide

About four years after its Japanese debut, PQube announced it picked up the PC and Switch otome game Genso Manege. The Mages title is “coming soon,” with physical copies confirmed for the Switch. 

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Emma has the ability to use magic, but she is suffering from amnesia and isn’t able to properly use them. However, a situation involving people trapped in an amusement park gives her the chance to learn how to access her abilities and put them to good use. In the process, she’ll also get the chance to fall in love with six possible love interests named Arnaud, Crier, Hugo, Luciole, Lyon, and Serge. There will also be minigames to assist in her growth. 

Here is the first English trailer for the Switch and PC otome game.

You can also see the trailer for the Japanese opening movie below:

A few English screenshots for the game were also shared with us.

This is one of multiple Mages games PQube will release outside Japan. It also picked up B-Project Ryusei Fantasia. That will come to the Switch and PC as well.

Genso Manege will come to the Switch and PC via Steam “soon.” The game appeared on the Switch in Japan under the name Rever d’un Manege back in January 2020. 

Image via Mages, Love&Art, and PQube


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