Popular Harem Anime The Quintessential Quintuplets Gets A Cute VR Game (First Look Inside)

Harem mangas have been famous for more than a decade now. Starting with High School DxD and KissxSis, this genre has grown tremendously. The Quintessential Quintuplets fall into this category, but like in Yamada-Kun and the Seven Witches, the protagonist chooses to fall in love with a single girl and spends time with her more than the rest.

The first official VR game linked with this manga (with two seasons by Tezuka Productions and Bibury Animation Studios) releases in Japan today. It is a VR game that progresses as the role you are fulfilling gains experience over time.

The consumer has to pay a sum of 3300 yen (including Tax), which is its current price on STEAM, to access the entire game. The Nakano family will be under your care as you get to experience a life surrounded by beautiful sisters with unique personalities. Depending on the option you select and pursue, a different ending awaits you every time you finish the journey.

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So hurry up and get your copy via STEAM ASAP! The visual novel released earlier this year was based on the anime film that was unveiled in 2022 as well. Nino Nakano is the girl who has gained a pretty big fanbase amongst the otaku, alongside headphone enthusiast Miku. Watch the video that has been released today.

In this teaser, only Itsuki Nakano is shown. Her cute talks and mannerisms seem alluring to the viewer, who I’m sure will have a great time once they get their hands on this Virtual Reality game. She is seen walking with the character (the male protagonist Uesugi) in the kitchen and trying hard to confess as well.

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Inori Minase voices the girl with stars on her crimson flowing hair in the series and returns for the VR. We thank her for contributing to the franchise, which started off as a manga series published via Weekly Shonen Magazine. Negi Haruba is the author and sketch artist of the story, which was compiled into 14 tankobon volumes and concluded on February 2020. It was one of the biggest bestsellers in the manga business in 2019 and 2020.

What is your opinion on this move? Do you want to see a 3rd Season of The Quintessential Quintuplets? Who do you think the academic Futaro Uesugi finally settles down with? Let us know your guesses in the comments section right here and subscribe for regular updates on anime, manga, and everything related to the world of graphic novels.