Pre-Order Go! Go! Nippon! 2015 To Expand Go! Go! Nippon! ~My First Trip to Japan~’s Horizons

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Go! Go! Nippon! 2015, an expansion to MangaGamer and Overdrive’s Go! Go! Nippon ~My First Trip to Japan~, now has a launch date. The add-on to the educational visual novel will be released on October 16 for Windows PCs.


Go! Go! Nippon! ~My First Trip to Japan~ is an all ages visual novel with romantic elements. Players explore Japan and learn about its sights and customs with the sisters Makoto and Akira Misaki. The story is twice as long and allows players to visit Comiket, Odaiba, Solamachi, the Tokyo Skytree, a planetarium, and a Japanese festival. New foods and activities are also available.


The presentation of Makoto and Akira have been improved for Go! Go! Nippon! 2015 as well. In addition to widescreen, HD visuals and character portraits that convey their emotions, the girls experience additional costume changes. As an example, Makoto will dress up as a maid when you visit Comiket with her.


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MangaGamer is running a pre-order promotion for Go! Go! Nippon! 2015. The expansion is going to be 25% alone, or in a bundle with the original game. That means Go! Go! Nippon! 2015 is now $5.96 instead of $7.95 through MangaGamer, with the bundle that includes it and the base game is $11.21 instead of $14.95. This discount will also carry over to Steam, where it will be 25% off the week it launches. The pricing is already in effect on the MangaGamer website, and Steam keys will be provided to people who purchase directly through the publisher.

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