Sekai Project releases Clannad side stories via Steam

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Recently Sekai Project released the Clannad: Side Stories visual novel on the PC via Steam, the game itself is a companion game of the Clannad visual novel by Visual Art’s/Key. The following game was one of the stretch goals for the 2014 Kickstarter campaign to localize the Clannad visual novel. The side stories themself were originally titled as “Clannad: Hikari Mimamoru Sakamichi de” and were a series of drama CD’s eventually included with the 2008 PSP edition of Clannad. It would be later added in the 2011 PS3 version. In the release there will be CG’s and illustrations optimized for PC resolution. The Clannad visual novel was released last November on PC via Steam. The visual novel also released on the PS2, PS3, PSP, PS Vita, Xbox 360 and phones as well. A plot summary of the visual novel is quoted from MAL:

Okazaki Tomoya is a delinquent who finds life dull and believes he’ll never amount to anything. Along with his friend Sunohara, he skips school and plans to waste his high school days away.
One day while walking to school, Tomoya passes a young girl muttering quietly to herself. Without warning she exclaims “Anpan!” (a popular Japanese food) which catches Tomoya’s attention. He soon discovers the girl’s name is Furukawa Nagisa and that she exclaims things she likes in order to motivate herself. Nagisa claims they are now friends, but Tomoya walks away passing the encounter off as nothing.
However, Tomoya finds he is noticing Nagisa more and more around school. Eventually he concedes and befriends her. Tomoya learns Nagisa has been held back a year due to a severe illness and that her dream is to revive the school’s drama club. Claiming he has nothing better to do, he decides to help her achieve this goal along with the help of four other girls.
As Tomoya spends more time with the girls, he learns more about them and their problems. As he attempts to help each girl overcome her respective obstacle, he begins to realise life isn’t as dull as he once thought.
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