The Quintessential Quintuplets Gotopazu Story opening movie but it got delayed
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The Quintessential Quintuplets: Gotopazu Story Game Delayed

Mages announced that the upcoming The Quintessential Quintuplets: Gotopazu Story game will be delayed. Its original release date was May 25, 2023. However, in order to improve on its overall quality, it will push back that release date to June 29, 2023. The developer apologized for the trouble and disappointment that this delay will inevitably cause both stores and consumers.

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The delay of The Quintessential Quintuplets: Gotopazu Story is not the only news Mages has about the game, though. It has also uploaded the opening animation onto YouTube. The song is “My Hero,” and Natsumi Takamori sings it. Takamori plays Raiha Uesugi, who is a major supporting character and the younger sister of the protagonist. This is a new original song that is specifically for the Gotopazu Story port.

You can watch the opening for The Quintessential Quintuplet: Gotopazu Story here:

The Quintessential Quintuplets: Gotopazu Story will be the console port of the mobage The Quintessential Quintuplets: The Quintuplets Can’t Evenly Split a Puzzle. It was a puzzle game similar to Bejeweled, with lots of story parts in between levels. The console port will only retain the story parts, making it closer to a visual novel.

The Quintessential Quintuplets will come out on June 29, 2023 for the Nintendo Switch and the PS4.

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