Sharin no Kuni Gets Physical And Digital PS Vita Release If Kickstarter Stretch Goal Is Met

Frontwing, Japanese developer of visual novel games, has announced that its official localization of the visual novel Sharin no Kuni: The Girl Among the Sunflowers will get both a physical and digital PS Vita release if the stretch goal of $120,000 for the PS Vita port is met.

On December 2, the Kickstarter campaign run by Frontwing in collaboration with Tokyo Otaku Mode has reached its $80,000 goal only 10 days after being launched. At the time of writing, $87,000 have been pledged with 9 days to go.

Backers who support the campaign can choose between a PC and a PS Vita version if the PS Vita stretch goal will be hit. For $30, backers will get a digital PS Vita version which will be valid in the North American PlayStation Store while all who pledge $40 or more will get a physical PS Vita copy with special Kickstarter-exclusive packaging for backers.

If the PS Vita stretch goal is met, for non-backers physical PS Vita copies with non-exclusive art will be available directly from the publisher Limited Run Games, as well as a digital release on the North American PlayStation Store.

First released in 2005 by AKABEi SOFT2, Sharin no Kuni: The Girl Among the Sunflowers is a Japanese visual novel that has touched the hearts of countless fans and is celebrated as a masterpiece in the history of Japanese visual novels.

If you want to support the campaign, head over to the project’s Kickstarter page.

Check out the Sharin no Kuni: The Girl Among the Sunflowers – Demo Movie:

 


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