“Sachi no Tenbin" is Operetta Due's newest work and is scheduled to be released this Summer, with original character designs by Isuzu and scenerio written by Matsutake Ume. The heroine will remain voiceless.
Story: The heroine has been dreaming of a happy marriage with the man whom she has been dating since her school days. But one day, she was one-sidedly bidden farewell to. As she hopelessly wonders about after losing her reason to live, she meets a young man named Mochizuki Akira. With an angelic smile on his face, he suggests “If you’ve so much as resolved to die, why don’t you get revenge on him――.”
Ayase Yuki (name is changeable): She isn’t particularly interested in fashion and both her appearance and personality are rather plain. Contrary to her “happy” name, she had an unfortunate upbringing. Her boyfriend Reiji was her sole emotional support instead of her relatives. She overexerts herself due to her mentality of not wanting to be disliked.
Mochizuki Akira (left; blonde): The young man who helped the heroine. He has a graceful appearance and calm demeanor. Although his wording is polite, he never speaks about himself. While knowing her circumstances, he approaches the heroine on the condition of cooperating in her vengeance .
Shinohara Reiji (right; glasses): He thinks highly of the elite and is only interested in advancing himself. He was kind when he first went out with the heroine but gradually found her unpleasant, eventually showing no concern for her. Discarding her to go out his superior’s daughter was the last straw.
And some notes picked up in the interview:
- The price has yet to be determined but it’s aimed as something to be purchased willingly (I’m assuming around 5000円).
- Only two people are capturable but the contents are packed.
- The heroine’s decisions will greatly divide the light and darkness of the entire story, which pretty much explains the game title’s meaning “The Balance of Happiness” (I love how 幸 can double for the heroine’s name).
- There are around ten different ends, ranging from “sweet love” happy ends to “grandiose/intense” bad ends.
This post was crossposted here at the request of the wonderful Eri <3