FATAL TWELVE To Launch on Nintendo Switch in July

Japanese publisher PROTOTYPE have announced that aiueoKompany’s visual novel FATAL TWELVE, which was preivously released on Steam and ported to the PlayStation 4 with English localisation via Sekai Project, will launch on the Nintendo Switch this July.

At the moment only a Japanese Nintendo eShop release, which is scheduled for 21st July 2021, has been mentioned but considering the game features English localisation and PROTOTYPE have released ‘English localised’ titles worldwide on the same day then a same-day worldwide release is expected. At the moment a physical release has not been mentioned.

Shishimai Rinka was a high schooler who ran a small café named Lion House in place of her grandmother. She lived her life much like any other person her age, but one day, she was caught up in an explosion while returning home on the train alongside her friend, Hitsuji Naomi. In an attempt to save her friend’s life, she shields her on instinct the moment the explosion goes off, losing her life in the process. However, before she knew it, she was back at Lion House, happily chatting with her friends as if nothing had happened in the first place.

FATAL TWELVE for the Nintendo Switch is scheduled to be released on the 21st July 2021 in Japan. In the meantime FATAL TWELVE is available on Steam and PlayStation 4 (in Japan).

About Scott Emsen
Scott is the Founder and Executive Editor of AnimeBlurayUK but in the past he has worked at ZOMGPlay, Rice Digital and Funstock and was once a Community Moderator for the Nokia N-Gage forums. Based in the UK, he loves anything related to Games & Anime and in In his spare time you'll mostly find him playing on one of his many gaming consoles; namely the PS Vita, PS4 or Xbox One.

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