Rewrite+ visual novel previews story in new promo

There has been a second promotional video released by visual novel publisher VisualArt’s Key for their Rewrite+ visual novel, in the video we are shown scenes from the game and the games opening “Philosophyz” by Runa Mizutani. A preview video was also released today for the “Selene” music arrangement CD album included with the game. The updated version of the Rewrite visual novel will be shipping July 29th in Japan and is planned for a releases in the west. For its Japan release it will include new illustrations, sound effects, a fandisc titled “Rewrite Harvest festa” and scenario improvements. The game will cost 8,800 yen and also have a arrangement CD, radio show and a Weiβ Schwarz original promotion card. Mind you that the fandisc is written by the original team of Ryukishi07, Tonokawa and Tanaka. The fandisc will have additional stories for each of the girls in the game. The fandisc is also illustrated by Key artist Itaru Hinoue, the fandisc originally released in Japan July 27th 2012.


Finally the original game released in Japan June 24th 2011 and released on Windows PC, PSP, PS Vita and PS3. It has also been localized to other countries as well. The games story can be seen below quoted from VNDB.org:

Rewrite is set in the fictional city Kazamatsuri where treeplanting and afforestation have caused the city to become overgrown with trees and flowers in much the same way that other cities are filled by buildings. However, while most of the city appears to be rural, there are many traditional city elements as well. While set in a modern setting, the city also gives off a strange sense of nostalgia.

Tennouji Kotarou lives here. He’s a high school student who has the ability to rewrite his own body; he can become stronger and faster at any time he chooses. He investigates supernatural mysteries with five girls from his school.

The basis of the story is set in a high school setting. The first half of Rewrite primarily consists of the characters interacting in many everyday, enjoyable scenes. The latter half, however, is more serious, emotional, and carries a sense of mystery to the plot.

As indicated by the title, rewriting is the theme of the game’s scenario. The tagline for the game is, “Could it possibly be rewritten, that fate of her’s?”.
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