Harmonia Visual Novel Coming to Nintendo Switch

Harmonia, which previously appeared on PC, is now releasing on To change. Prototype has announced that it will bring the title to console on October 20, 2022.

Harmonia is a visual novel – or kinetic novel as it’s officially described – with choice-based story branches. We have more information on this below.

Set in the distant future where the world has been ravaged by war, Harmonia is a sci-fi visual novel about a robot boy and a human girl who come together to form a special bond. A touching story that has been well received around the world is now coming to the Nintendo Switch console!

Now fully voiced! Protagonist Rei, along with twenty-six background characters, are all getting voices for the first time. Let yourself be carried away by the passionate performances of star actors!

Text in three languages! Text can be set to Japanese, English, or Simplified Chinese (audio only available in Japanese). This includes in-game text, options, and the digital manual. Language settings can be changed at any time.

In the distant future, Earth has been ravaged by an immense war, leaving the human population to dwindle. In this ruined world, a humanoid robot boy, designated Phiroid, wakes up in an abandoned facility.
Before the war, phiroids were the purest form of human scientific achievement, imbued with five senses and emotional functionality. Intended as partners for humans, they promised to improve the lives of all mankind.

However, when this boy-like Phiroid wakes up, he soon realizes that he is missing his emotive functions. Harboring an innate need for human contact, and to regain his missing emotions, he launches into the devastated land.

After walking for countless days, he eventually passes out, only to be saved by a lonely girl. Thinking he is human, the girl takes good care of him. As this Phiroid boy lives alongside this girl, little by little he comes to learn about emotions.

Harmonia will be sold both physically and digitally in Japan. It will also be available in the west, but only digitally. Those interested in getting a boxed copy can pre-order the game here. English is supported although it is from Japan.

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