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[18+] MangaGamer Open Pre-Orders for Otoboku – Maidens Are Falling For Me Limited Edition

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The "Trap Comedy" Otoboku is receiving a physical release.
The “Trap Comedy” Otoboku is receiving a physical release.

Following the weekend announcement by MangaGamer that alongside three new announcement they also had intentions of a new limited run physical edition release, the company have today open pre-orders for Otoboku – Maidens Are Falling For Me. Originally released last year as a digital only edition, this special edition will come in an actual box to showcase (or secretly admire) as well as a small number of LE goodies.

The pre-orders are currently being run via the J-List service for either $44.95 or 674 points. While no exact release date has been made yet, we do have a tentative release date of March 2013.

ABOUT THE VISUAL NOVEL

There was a break in the usual summer rain. Narrow beams of sunlight kissed the stone walkway through the line of cherry trees. It had rained the night before, and the dew still sparkled on the leaves, which now glistened like emeralds in the breeze. Footsteps and cheerful feminine voices echoed down the short cherry tree-lined lane leading to the school building.

Such a beautiful, refreshing day.

“But… what the heck am I doing here?!”

One day, the heir to the prosperous Kaburagi Corporation, a soft-spoken yet cultured young man, received a visit from his family lawyer. He came to pass on the final wish of the boy’s late grandfather: that he attend an all-girls school!

With his childhood friend Mariya – a talented fashionista – to help him with the “transition,” Mizuho enrolls in his new school. It’s not long before a series of strange misunderstandings leads to him being elected the school’s “Elder Sister,” the idol of the entire student body!

It’s one wild event after another at this all-girls charm school! Can Mizuho make it through the year with his identity – and his dignity – intact?

Sam
Sam
Founder of The Otaku's Study. I have been exploring this labyrinth of fandom these last fifteen years, and still nowhere close to the exit yet. Probably searching for a long time to come.
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