WabiSabi Visual Novel Debuts For Adult Gamers on Nutaku

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If you're looking for a super-cute visual novel with anime tiddies, then you're in luck! Nutaku is here to save the day with the English-language launch of the WabiSabi visual novel, a game that was just released in its native Japan last year!

The village of Hoshizuki was designed as the perfect iconic Japanese location featuring traditional clothing and histroic shrines. It's here where our protagonist returns home after spending time at art college and rediscovers a pair of ancient goddesses represented by animal spirits.

Developer by Le:Code and published by Denpasoft, WabiSabi tells a heartwarming tale with a traditional Japanese aesthetic that's nonetheless set in modern times. This premium product isn't one of the hybrid games that have been popping up lately; this is a pure, straight-up visual novel for adult gamers to enjoy.

As this is on Nutaku, you can expect to see your fair share of CG sex scenes featuring animal girl goddesses who are really 5,000 years old. There's no need to worry about any free-to-play shenanigans, either, as this is a premium product.

WabiSabi features full Japanese voice acting along with text in English, Japanese, or Simplified Chinese. With 2 heroines (and no DRM), this is sure to make for a fun summer experience!

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Get the WabiSabi Visual Novel on Nutaku Right Now!

If you like cute animal girls then WabiSabi might just be the kind of game you'd enjoy.

What are you waiting for? Go ahead and buy the WabiSabi visual novel on Nutaku [NSFW] right now for $19.99 or 1,999 Nutaku coins. If you're shorter on cash, or not interested in visual novels, you can always check out Nutaku's latest free-to-play release College Life instead!

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Robert N. Adams

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!