Irotoridori no Sekai World’s End Re:Birth Gets a Date, Has a Christmas Demo

HuneX has announced that Irotoridori no Sekai: World’s End Re:Birth, the PlayStation Vita release of the adult PC title, Irotoridori no Sekai: World’s End Complete, will be coming out on March 19, 2015.

Naturally, the eroge will be toned down for the Vita. The more salacious content will be substituted by stuff from the Irotoridori no Hikari fan disc, as well as new scenarios and graphics to be provided by the staff of the original game. (Where are they drawing the line on the original game? Will the image featured above be in the game, for example? We don’t know yet.) The game will apparently also have new gameplay that takes advantage of the PS Vita’s touch capabilities.

For a better idea of what to expect, we’ve provided some more thumbnails of the original, below.

In Irotoridori, the protagonist of the game has the power to cure people through touch. However, this gift comes with a price, as each such good deed causes him to lose some of his memories. The story involves him traveling between two worlds, the real and the other, in order to recover that which he’s lost, and to help the heroines with their problems.

As an extra bit of good news, a demo for the game will be available to try from December 25 onwards, in which you’ll be able to play through the first chapter.

Irotoridori no Sekai: World’s End Re:Birth is already available for pre-order on Amazon Japan, if you’re so inclined.

We’ll keep you updated as we find out more.

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With over ten years' experience as an editor, Dimi is Niche Gamer's Managing Editor. He has indefinitely put a legal career on hold in favor of a life of video games: priorities.

  1. HarisO
    December 10, 2014 at 7:08 pm

    Can we please get a game industry where platform holders will allow Eroge on consoles? :(

  2. www
    December 10, 2014 at 7:09 pm

    The day Sony allows H on the Vita is the day it outsells the 3DS.

  3. Random45
    December 10, 2014 at 7:22 pm

    Man, I hate any story that deals with tampering with memories or memory loss. It always ends up being depressing as hell, and I can already imagine some of the scenarios that’ll pop up in this game due to it.

    As for the article – I’d probably give more of a crap about this being censored on the Vita if it had a snowball’s chance in hell of coming over the sea. However, since it doesn’t even have that high of a chance, I’ll just move on.

    I do want to mention though that I REALLY like the colors they used for the hair and eyes. The red head girl in particular is colored very nicely.

  4. Dimi Gronnings
    Dimi Gronnings
    December 10, 2014 at 7:47 pm

    “Man, I hate any story that deals with tampering with memories or memory loss. It always ends up being depressing as hell”

    And now you’ve made me think of ESOTSM. You!

  5. British_Otaku
    December 10, 2014 at 8:49 pm

    It is a lot more complex than that. Video game consoles and portables in general have more limitations from CERO and the manufacturers for content then there are stores which won’t even stock many copies if any CERO Z rated games.

  6. British_Otaku
    December 10, 2014 at 8:51 pm

    It’ll take a lot of steps in Japan… perhaps even some outside of Japan to make that work given that region free games means that in some sense any of those games will be “mainstream” and “available” for any system.

    It has to start with people accepting that video games and other relatively new media can explore sexuality, violence and whatever without the world coming to an end.

  7. Nin
    December 10, 2014 at 11:47 pm

    Pretty much true. It’ll take a radical shift in social conditions, honestly speaking though I can’t imagine what technological changes actually need to occur.

  8. Mr0303
    December 11, 2014 at 3:38 am

    What’s with the Re:Birth titles lately?

  9. Nonscpo
    December 11, 2014 at 11:53 am

    The plot is quite appealing, somebody needs to localize this, to feed my Vita’s appetite for new and exotic games!