Eastasiasoft has announced two physical releases for the Nintendo Switch today, as both The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel and Love Esquire are getting the special treatment. Our own Chris recently reviewed Love Esquire, so you can check that out here. That game is currently available on the Switch eShop, but The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel is where the real news of today comes in.
The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel is a new title for the Nintendo Switch, and it will be launching on the eShop this December with the physical version happening at a later time. There will be two versions, a standard and limited edition, with the latter including the game, a custom manual, a soundtrack CD, and a numbered certificate in a collector’s box.
Check out the trailer:
About The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel
The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel is an interactive horror-themed drama inspired by classic Asian horror films. When seven people fall prey to a vicious curse, they discover that the true threat rests not within the shadows, but within their own hearts and minds. Told through an immersive branching narrative, the game casts players in the ever-shifting roles of seven characters as they find themselves entangled in a mystery that’s plagued Ermengarde Mansion for centuries.
The choices you make will shape and drive the story forward. Will you mend a relationship on the verge of collapse, or will you let it fall apart?
Love Esquire Physical Edition
Love Esquire will also be offered physically for the Switch with both a standard and limited edition. The latter includes the game, a custom manual, a soundtrack CD, and a numbered certificate in a collector’s box.
Pre-orders for The Letter: A Horror Visual Novel and Love Esquire physical versions open on September 16th, 2021 at 8am PST / 11am EST / 4pm BST / 5pm in Europe. Playasia will have exclusive reservations, and you can order them on Playasia’s site here when they begin. Both limited editions will only have 2,000 units produced, so if you are interested in either game, we highly recommend jumping on that pre-order as soon as you can.
Both games are open for pre-order in a couple more days, so get ready.
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