Release on PC of a Novel from Tomokazu Sugita: Game-Based Getsuei Gakuen

During the event of the 2015 Niconico Cho Kaigi in Chiba last Sunday, it was revealed by NHN PlayArt that there will be a PC version of the video game Getsuei Gakuen-kou as per the Anime News Network.

8:59 AM EDT 4/30/2015 by Aishwarya, Celebeat Reporter

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Getsuei Gakuen

During the event of the 2015 Niconico Cho Kaigi in Chiba last Sunday, it was revealed by NHN PlayArt that there will be a PC version of the video game Getsuei Gakuen-kou as per the Anime News Network.

In October 2013, Arc System Works then released a revamped version of the PlayStation Vita of the game which was based on the novel by famous voice actor of Gintama Gintoki Tomokazu Sugita.

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Although the novel originally released at the 2010 Comic Market 79, it was made into a dojin game during the 2011 Comic Market 81.  The music, scenarios, elements and even the characters were given a new touch based from the earlier game.

The story of Getsuei Gakuen stars Eiri Mizuki who is a high school teenager who studied in Getsuei Academy in the hope of finding her brother who is missing.  In the school, she experienced abnormal and eerie beings called the Hazard in which the high school students fight in order to survive.

What Eiri hopes to achieve in every battle she fought with the Hazards is finding the truth on what really happened to her brother and why these Hazards exist.

Tomokazu Sugita has worked with Dan Mitachi who wrote the scenarios together with illustrators Kohaku Sumeragi, Yomi Sarachi and Ryo Kanai who put the game into life.  The soundtrack was composed by Kenji Ito who is known for his composition of another anime music Haganai being in a CD by Akiko Hasegawa.

Sugita on the other hand is known for his famous voice over in Gintama as Gintoki Sakata.  He also voice-starred as Nightmare in "Alice in the Country of Hearts: Wonderful Wonder World", as Takuma in "Hiiro no Kakera - The Tamayori Princess Saga", Hideki in "Chobits", as Switch in "Sket Dance" and Kagerou" in "Inu X Boku Secret Service".

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