Ryukishi07 Game Rose Guns Days Will Appear in English
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Ryukishi07 Game Rose Guns Days Will Appear in English

MangaGamer announced at Anime Expo 2024 that it picked up the Ryukishi07 game Rose Guns Days for an English release. There’s no release window for it yet, but it will appear on both Steam and the official MangaGamer site.

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Rose Guns Days is broken up to four chapters when it released between 2012 and 2013 in Japan, which were originally referred to as seasons, and the English release will follow that pattern. MangaGamer noted they will remain as four chapters. It will also be an HD-upscale project, with the new 1280 x 960 4:3 resolution. People will be able to play it in Chinese, English, or Japanese.

The title is set in an alternate reality. In WWII, Japan surrendered to the Allies. As such, life is quite different in the country and the country is overrun by people seeking to control it. However, things may change when Leo Shishigami, who fought in the war, meets Club Primavera’s Rose Haibara.

Here’s the opening movie for the Ryukishi07 game. 

While the game was never localized and released worldwide until this reveal, one of the manga series based on it was. Yen Press picked up one of them and released volumes in the series. However, the other manga adaptations weren’t localized.

This isn’t the only new Ryukishi07 game on the way. The developer is also working on Silent Hill F

The four Rose Guns Days chapters will come to PCs outside Japan.


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