Roommates [Limited Edition] PLAY EXCLUSIVES

Compatible with PlayStation Vita (PS Vita)
Version: Asia
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
USD 0.00

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Roommates [Limited Edition]
Roommates [Limited Edition]
Roommates [Limited Edition]
Roommates [Limited Edition]
Roommates [Limited Edition]
Roommates [Limited Edition]
Roommates [Limited Edition]

Product Features

  • Play as Anne and romance Dominic, Rakesh, Max and Isabella
  • Play as Max and romance Sally, Anne, Isabella and Rakesh
  • Hilarious light comedy writing guaranteed to make you laugh
  • Life simulation gameplay with full scheduler and stats raising
  • Original soundtrack by Leetstreet Boys including the main theme "My Name In Lights"

Item Description


Play as either rock god Max or book smart Anne as they make their way through the first year of their college experience.

Between bitter tenured professors and a ridiculously distracting student body, it's going to take everything they've got just to make it to year two.

They'll share their dorm life with four other tenants as they pick their class load, pick their jobs, and maybe even pick someone to have a little extracurricular fun with.

Customer reviews

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Total votes: 2

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Great game
I was hesitant to pick this one up, but I’m glad I did. The art style here threw me off when I first saw it, as it’s not what I’m used to in a visual novel, but once I started playing, that quickly faded. If you’re into visual novels, I’d definitely recommend this one.
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good game!!
Audiovisually it stands out from the majority of titles of the genre, although it does not always manage to “copy” that Japanese style of manga that it pretends. The characters have animations and they only move, so to speak, to emphasize some emotions, but they are usually still images that appear here or there. The music meets without great fanfare with soft themes that accompany our journey of love, with the odd sound effect.
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