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Romance Game Miracle Snack Shop Goes to PS4 in January

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Miracle Snack Shop

PS4 owners will soon have the opportunity to serve an otherworldly figure some bingsu. Koumajou Remilia Scarlet Symphony publisher CFK announced that Miracle Snack Shop, a romance adventure game developed by Korea-based TALESshop is coming to PlayStation 4. It’s also coming soon, on January 26, 2023. The game was first launched on PC in 2018, and then on the Nintendo Switch in 2021.

The Miracle Snack Shop trailer features Japanese voice acting, which is exclusive to the console editions of the game. The PC edition includes only Korean-language voice acting, while the console editions (both Switch and upcoming PS4) will include both. All versions support Korean, Japanese, and English text. In Japanese, heroine Philia is played by Marie Miyake, who also plays Nana Abe in [email protected] Cinderella Girls, Reishi in Interspecies Reviewers, and Ringo in Mawaru Penguindrum. Second heroine Mira is played in Japanese by Mai Ishihara, who played Orange Pekoe in Girls und Panzer, and Natsume in Witch Craft Works.

In Miracle Snack Shop, the player comes to manage their very own snack shop, specializing in shaved ice desserts. Unfortunately, business is pretty dead, until one day a portal to another world opens. Through it steps an otherworldly woman. Philia, monarch of an icy realm and revered as “Queen Salt,” discovered a portal to Earth in her closet, and after being served some frozen treats, decides to make a visit to the snack shop a weekly affair. Meanwhile Mira, a famed online influencer, visits to present the player with a business opportunity. As players improve their skills in the kitchen and improve the shop’s prospects in the management office, they’ll grow closer and closer to the heroines.

Check out the announcement trailer below.

Miracle Snack Shop arrives on PS4 on January 26, 2023. It is currently available on PC and Nintendo Switch.

Josh Tolentino
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