Though western PlayStation VR owners are still waiting for an official release of Summer Lesson: Hikari Miyamoto and trying to content themselves with import bundles, Japan is gearing up for the release of the second Summer Lesson experience with a character not seen much since early demos; Allison Snow.
The new episode of Summer Lesson involves Allison Snow, a young musician who is trying to learn about Japan and its rich culture. The setting is a traditional Japanese home buy the sea, featuring an expansive garden and days of blue sky and sunshine.
There are several bundles available for order through the Japanese PlayStation Store. The first, Summer Lesson: Allison Snow Seven Days Garden (Basic Game Pack) costs 2,980 Yen and allows the player to spend seven virtual days in the company of Allison Snow, including four different situations and various encounters and endings. Different costumes can be unlocked through gameplay. For players who buy the Game Pack early, two extra costumes are included ‘Gothic-Rock’ and ‘Kawaii Mint’.
There is also the Summer Lesson: Allison Snow DLC Set Pass, available for 5,340 Yen and which requires the Allison Snow Basic Game Pack in addition, and contains a bundle of downloadable content, including the International Exchange add-on experience pack, the Allison Snow Summer Sky Singing Voice experience pack, additional costumes and a special clothing event.
The third bundle is the Summer Lesson: Allison Snow Deluxe Edition and includes all the content in the other two bundles, along with two extra scenes and costume sets. The Deluxe Edition pack costs 8,320 Yen.
A trailer for Summer Lesson: Allison Snow is available to view below.
VRFocus will continue to bring you updates on Summer Lesson as they become available.