Bandai Namco’s Summer Lesson VR Game Will Be In English For Southeast Asia

Looks like Bandai Namco is on a roll again with the Southeast Asia exclusives, this time with the VR game Summer Lesson, where you will be in a room with a teenage girl as a tutor of sorts. Introduced as a tech demo made by the Tekken team, Summer Lesson is a Japanese Playstation VR launch title, and will make it to the rest of Asia with an English version. The game was shown to have a full English version, with a different girl in place, but no word on if that version of the game is going to see the light of day. Maybe as DLC?

Here’s the trailer of the game. Note that it’s only subtitled in English, and still uses footage from the original Japanese trailer, which is subject to change.

No proper release date has been announced yet. Until then, have a look at how some players are enjoying this game. A friendly reminder to not go overboard when you are playing Summer Lesson.

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