Yuri Game OshiRabu Launches on Switch in 4 Languages

OshiRabu has extended its reach from the PC to the Nintendo Switch. Prototype, Inc. announced via Twitter that the romance-themed visual novel is available on Switch.

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The game is available on the Nintendo eShop as a two-pack, containing both OshiRabu: Waifus Over Husbandos and its sequel, OshiRabu: Waifus Over Husbandos ~ Love ・ or ・ die ~. OshiRabu  is a yuri story, meaning its relationships focus on lesbian romance.

Akuru Hayahoshi is an office worker obsessed with pulling her favorite character in a gacha game. Unfortunately, her lack of good fortune has resulted in terrible results, no matter how much she whales in the game. Things turn around when a misunderstanding results in her accidentally propositioning Ren Furutachi. Ren’s a trendy young woman who’s just Akuru’s type. She also happens to be a lucksack: A gacha game player with seemingly unbeatable luck.

Meanwhile, the sequel, ~ Love ・ or ・ die ~ is set after OshiRabu proper, and covers what happens to the couple after their happy ending.

Check out the game’s intro below.

OshiRabu first released on PC in 2020 and was ported to mobile platforms in 2021. The Switch edition supports four languages ​​for text, including Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Korean, and English. The voices remain in Japanese, though. Akuru is voiced by Yuki Nekomura and Ren is voiced by Yuki Kitaoji.

OshiRabu: Waifus Over Husbandos + Love or Die  is available on Nintendo Switch. It’s also available on Android, iOS, and PC. The PC edition has optional DLC containing 18+ content, sold through publisher Denpasoft.

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