Sekai Project, a rising publisher and licenser of Japanese new media and electronic entertainment today announced, during their live panel at Animazement in Raleigh, NC, that they will be publishing and localizing Cosmillica’s yuri-themed visual novel, Love, Guitars, and the Nashville Skyline.
Fans can interact with Sekai Project during Animazement on social media using the hashtag, “#SPANIMAZE2016.” A synopsis for Love, Guitars, and the Nashville Skyline can be found below.
Amanda Etheridge is an ordinary woman; a closeted lesbian working at an advertising agency in New York…at least until the huge project she was in charge of collapsed through no fault of her own. As a result, the former workaholic has been put on paid leave, but without her work, what is there for her to do? Well, her boss did tell her to get out there, meet new people, and expand her horizons….
Guided by the sweet sound of country songs playing on the radio, she travels to Nashville alone. Reluctantly leaving her old life behind, she arrives in this colorful, musical city- and hears the whisper of an angel: “Hello, Nashville. Would you like to hear a song about love?”
Created by Cosmillica, the development studio behind the action-packed, brazen visual novel, ATOM GRRRL!!, Love, Guitars, and the Nashville Skyline looks to provide players with a romantic, heartwarming story about a woman who follows her heart to find adventure, music, and love…leaving the woes of her nine to five job in the reflection of her car’s rear view mirror.
An all-ages version and adult version will be scheduled for release on Steam and Denpasoft respectively.
More details on Love, Guitars, and the Nashville Skyline will be revealed in the coming months.
Previously announced during their live panel at Anime Central, Sekai Project revealed several very special guests who will be appearing with them this July at Anime Expo (AX) in Los Angeles:
· From Japan, the face of NEKO WORKs, leading the drafting, artwork, and release of everyone’s favorite catgirl comedy series, NEKOPARA: Sayori!
· From CreSpirit, the Taiwan-based development studio behind the wildly popular 2D exploration platformer, Rabi-Ribi: CEO and president, Sirluma, translator, Ian Lee, and artist, Saiste!
· From the Japanese doujin circle, ALICE IN DISONANCE, creators of the fault series: founder, writer and director, Munisix, and art director, Hare Konatsu!