Earlier in the week VRFocus brought you news about Summer Lesson, the much anticipated virtual reality (VR) Japanese schoolgirl interaction sim for PlayStation VR that was first announced by Bandai Namco for the then Project Morpheus back in 2014.
The full game, Summer Lesson: Miyamoto Hikari Seven Days Room is not due to be released in the West, instead coming out in Japanese and a Chinese language version referred to as the Southeast Asia region version by the company. The latter of which was revealed to also contain English subtitles, making it a target for gamers who would be interested in importing the title, which will be available digitally as well as phyically in a pack also containing two extra scenes and additional content.
Continuing on from the initial release date trailers, and following up on the English subtitle option Bandai Namco has now released an English language version of the trailer which you can see below.
VRFocus Editor Kevin Joyce recently previewed the game’s content which revolved around a character different from Hikari who has been featured in a number of play tests and whilst it wasn’t necessarily his cup of tea it certainly showed that all manner of games can find a new lease of life of VR.
VRFocus will be bringing you more news about Summer Lesson in the weeks up to and after launch, be sure to check back regularly.