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Tayutama 2 –You’re the Only One- Headed To PS4 And PS Vita In Japan On September 28

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    Entergram announced in this week’s issue of Famitsu magazine that the PC dating sim by developer Lump of Sugar, Tayutama 2 –You’re the Only One- will release on PS4 and PS Vita this September in Japan. [Thanks, Ryokutya2089.]

     

    Here are details from VNDb:

    This is the sequel to Lump of Sugar’s 2008 title Tayutama, to celebrate their 10th anniversary.

    It has been 50 years since the release of the Tayutai which had been sealed in Ashihara-chou. Humans have since acknowledged their existence and the Tayutai have also moved towards living in harmony with humans. The town of Yakotami-chou where Sora lives was blessed with the country’s most favourable spiritual energies. As such, it was promoted as a place where humans and Tayutai can coexist, and underwent rapid development as it took in many humans and Tayutai.

    One day, Sora happened to settle a trivial fight between a child and a Tayutai. It’s not uncommon to see such occurrences in this town. However, he was surprised when a girl with cute ears on her head appeared before him claiming that he was the one she had been looking for. She led him to the Tayutai shrine, Yachimata Shrine, and turned towards him with sparkling innocent eyes.

    “I want you to be my husband!”

    He couldn’t understand the girl Kohaku’s true intention, but after hearing an explanation from her mother Mashiro and deeply impressed with her enthusiasm, he agreed to help her realize her goal of forming the ‘Human and Tayutai Coexistence Society’.

     

    Tayutama 2 –You’re the Only One- releases for PlayStation4  and PlayStation Vita in Japan on September 27, 2018. The standard version will go for 6,980 yen and limited edition for 8,980 yen. The English PC release is expected to release in May 2018 via Steam. For those of you interested, a demo is available to check out for free over at the official website.

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