Today Nippon Ichi Software released a commercial of its “Cross-Dressing Adventure Game” Bokuhime Project.
The commercial showcases the transformation of the hero, a young boy named Minato, who decides to cross-dress as a girl to join his beloved sister’s school and investigate what caused her to fall into a coma.
One of the emblems of this transformation is when he initially refers to himself as “boku” and then corrects it to “watashi.” “Boku” is normally a manner of speech associated with young boys, while “watashi” is more graceful and suitable for a young lady.
Initially, Nippon Ichi Software advertised the title as a “cross-dressing game for all ages.”
Now it has changed the tune a bit since it received a B CERO rating, which means it’s suitable for players 12 or above. That’s obviously not all ages, but it clearly shows that it’s a game featuring very tame content.
To stress on that, the video ends by showing a big “B” and the mention that Bokuhime Project ok for players older than 12.
You can watch the video below.
If you want to see more, you can check out the first trailer and key artwork, another trailer, the first gameplay, more footage, and another video.
Bokuhime Project will be released in Japan for PS4 and Nintendo Switch on April 23, 2020. At the moment, NIS America (which is Nippon Ichi’s western subsidiary and brings most of the developer’s games west) has not announced a western release just yet.The post Cross-Dressing Game Bokuhime Project for PS4 & Switch Gets Trailer Showing the Hero’s Transformation appeared first on Twinfinite.