From the minds that brought you Panzermadels comes a new parody visual novel in Stay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, now available on Nutaku.

Stay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has you in the role of a soldier who takes a trip from his deployment (in 2021) in Afghanistan to meet with his pen pals in Korea, thinking that Pyongyang was just a suburb of Seoul. You find out otherwise, as with your pretty pen pals Jeong and Eunji you explore various tourist attractions and attempt to avoid being executed, shot, arrested or any of the other various fates that can occur to people in the great and utterly fair Democractic People’s Republic of Korea, which is definitely democratic and not at all called North Korea.

Stay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea features two romance plot lines (take your guess who with) and has multiple endings to provide replayability. While originally released on Steam earlier this year, the Nutaku version of Stay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has not just the H-Patch integrated into the game natively, it also has several new scenes that are added and not in the original release, as this is properly called the Stay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Glorious Waifu Edition.

Much like PanzermadelsStay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea doesn’t take itself too seriously and has fun poking fun at a variety of topics. With the game complete with the release of Glorious Waifu Edition, they are now working on their next titleMein Waifu is the Fuhrer, which will be heading to Kickstarter.

Stay! Stay! Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is available for $10 right now on Nutaku.

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Don Parsons

News Editor

I've been a gamer for years of various types starting with the Sega Genesis and Shining Force when I was young. If I'm not playing video games, I'm often roleplaying, reading, writing, or pondering things brought up by speculative fiction.