Switch Otome Tengoku Struggle- Strayside Arrives in Spring 2024
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Switch Otome Tengoku Struggle: Strayside Arrives in Spring 2024

Back at All Aksys Fall 2022, the company announced it would release the Switch otome Tengoku Struggle: Strayside in 2024. Now it finally pinned down the window to Spring 2024 and offered more details about the visual novel.

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The announcement offered a refresher on the game. The heroine here is Rin, a Hell Guardian who is also the “princess” of Hell due to being King Enma’s daughter. In this world, Asakusa is no longer a normal human city. It’s a tourist trap where humans and dead from Heaven and Hell can all get together. The game begins when Heaven’s Spider’s Thread drops to Hell, folks from Hell escape into Asakusa, and someone named Shinobikuni is trying to offer sinners forgiveness for instant access to Heaven. Rin needs to go to Asakusa to deal with the prisoners and rectify the situation. As this is a romantic comedy Switch otome, it means there’s love and the whole prison escape situation is handled in a silly manner.

There’s also a new trailer to go along with this confirmation. It offers more details and a bit of the theme song.

Aksys also confirmed that it will directly sell a special edition of the game. Should someone buy that, they will get a physical copy of the soundtrack.

Tengoku Struggle: Strayside will come to the Nintendo Switch outside Japan in Spring 2024. The game appeared on the system in Japan back in July 2022.

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