Releasing today in Japan, we get a look at the opening cinematic video from adventure title Grisaia no Rakuen: Le Eden De La Grisaia.

Grisaia no Rakuen: Le Eden De La Grisaia follows Le Fruit de la Grisaia and Grisaia no Meikyuu: Le Labyrinthe de la Grisaia as the third and final entry in the series of adventure titles. The story behind them centres around Yuuji Kazami and his entry into Mihama Academy – a place with only five female students and prison-esque qualities. Told that every student in the school has their own ‘circumstances’, he’s introduced into the population for a ‘normal’ school life… but he’s about to get more than he bargained for.

Check out the opening cinematic from the final installment of this tale below;

Grisaia no Rakuen: Le Eden De La Grisaia is now available in Japan and via import.

  • Nonscpo

    And as a reminder the entire Grisaia trilogy will be coming to Kickstarter very soon:

    http://prefundia.com/projects/view/lets-bring-the-grisaia-trilogy-to-the-west/2814/

    • Definitely going to support if the backers get access to the 18+ version of the games as well 🙂

      • Nonscpo

        According Koetsl there will be two kickstarter, one will be for the “All ages port”, and a second one for the “18+” port. Personally I have no problem backing it once they confirm that there localizing the Vita port. After all with STEAM, JAST, and MANGAGAMER as digital distribution platforms, Visual Novels are getting less niche in my view (even though were technically getting less than 1% of all the games released there).

        • If there’s going to be two Kickstarters, I’m definitely going to pledge on the 18+ one.

          Would love to get a Vita port of the game as well, but I somehow doubt that it’ll happen.

          • Nonscpo

            Unfortunately the All ages port is the primary crowdfunder, meaning that if they dont get that one off the ground, there wont be a 18+ port of the game. As far as the Vita port goes that one I feel is only possible due to the fact that one already exist in Japan.