Ryoma Echizen in Nintendo Switch game The New Prince of Tennis Let's Go Daily Life from Rising Beat

Prince of Tennis Switch Game Will Have New Mini-Game and Events

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Bushiroad published more details about its upcoming Switch game, The New Prince of Tennis: Let’s Go! ~Daily Life~ from Rising Beat. The console adaptation of the Rising Beat mobile game will add new interaction scenes between the player and 62 characters from the franchise. It will also have a new minigame that lets the player unlock character illustrations. [Thanks, Ryokutya!]

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The game’s story will begin with an introductory segment. The player’s responses here will determine the character’s motivation level. The Sportsman Hunting Deluxe competition will feature events taken from the Rising Beat mobile game. The player’s choices will once again become a factor in deciding the content of the new episode that takes place the week after the competition.

Most of the gameplay segments will consist of visual novel-style interactions. However, a Block Tennis minigame will commence just before the story’s ending scene. The player will control a chibi character in a squash-like mini-game. They will aim to make the ball hit specific areas to reveal new illustration pieces. The Switch game will have 67 new illustrations in addition to 800 images brought over from The New Prince of Tennis: Rising Beat mobile game.

The New Prince of Tennis: Let’s Go! ~Daily Life~ from Rising Beat will be available for Nintendo Switch in Fall 2022 in Japan.


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