Favorite Pigeon Dating Simulator hits PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, in July

Favorite Pigeon Dating Simulator hits PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, in July

Sony has confirmed that PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita will feature the Hatoful Boyfriend, the best game about a human dating bird in a creepy post-apocalyptic world. It is not a new EA title but will be available as a cross buy package for PS 4 and PS Vita come July 21. According to Gamezone users, can buy one game and play it at home or on the go.

The visual novel that originated in Flash was developed by Mao Hato and has been revamped by the publisher Devolver Digital. Hato roughly translated in Japanese means Pigeon. The player in this game is a girl who has to navigate around a school where all the others are birds ranging from doves to quails.

However, the game is not about romance and has a fair sprinkling of rivalries, stalkers and other life altering dilemmas. The game is different from the PC version and contains a lot of fresh content.

Favorite Pigeon Dating Simulator hits PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, in July

The PlayStation version of the game has a lot of new contents. It includes a new bird – Tohri, a golden pheasant. Nigel Lowrie from Devolver Digital announced the release of the game on the Sony PlayStation Blog. The new content meant that there is a completely new storyline, new players to the series and a completely new story ending.

The new game was originally quite successful in Steam and features a girl who dates birds in a pigeon school will now come to PlayStation platform from July 21st.

The game has been generating positive reviews from gamers on Steam and has achieved more than 2300 thumbs up vs. 128thumbs down. Millionaire gamer Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, described the game as hilarious and said he loved the game and said that this has been the best game that he has played to date.

Critics, on IGN, have rated the game 8.0. The community gave it a 9.0 rating.

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  1. This is not a ‘game’ or a ‘simulator’. You do nothing but read. It’s a novel in the guise of a game. Seriously.

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