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NekoPara coming to Switch and PS4

NekoPara coming to Switch and PS4
Ross Liversidge
Author: Ross Liversidge

Ross founded the UK Anime Network back in 1995, and following Andy Hanley's retirement has returned to the post of Editor-in-Chief in 2017. What an old man!


Rice Digital have announced that the popular (and Kickstarter translated) game currently available on Steam is coming to PS4 and Switch. Not only will the game feature all the Steam content, but new graphics and a new theme song too.

Since the consoles in question are more family friendly, the infamous 18+ content is highly unllikely to materialise, for your lewd needs (and we're looking at you, Seb) stick to the PC version.

Synopsis:

What’s NEKOPARA? Why, it’s a cat paradise!

Kashou Minaduki, the son of a long line of Japanese confection makers moved out to open his own shop “La Soleil” as a patisserie.

But upon moving out, hidden amongst his things were two of the catgirls, Chocola and Vanilla, that the family had been raising. When he tried to send them back, they begged and pleaded until he gave in and now they’ve opened La Soleil together.

With two catgirls who really, REALLY love their master trying their very best and occasionally failing — a heartful comedy opens for business!

The game will hit the Japanese market in Q2/Q3 in Japan, hopefully the English language version won't be too far behind!

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