New PS4 theme for Tricolour Lovestory for free

These are some fantastic news for like PlayStation 4 themes and has a soft spot for visual novels as well. This PlayStation 4 theme is based on Tricolour Lovestory.

This great game is about to be released for PlayStation 4 in Japan. To celebrate Ticolour Lovestory, Dramatic Create is launching they have just released on the local Play Station Store a free dynamic theme. There is a trick to this though. You are able to find the Tricolour Lovectory theme on the Japanese PlayStation Store. And that means that you need a Japanese PSN account to download this theme. But no worries, after you have downloaded and installed the theme you can use it on any account that you have just make sure that the PlayStation 4 is set as primary.

Here you can see a video of the free Tricolour Lovestory theme.

Tricolour Lovestory has its own lovely music, custom icons and animation it almost hard to believe that it is available totally for free.

The game was released on September 21, 2017 and is available on steam. It was developed by HL-Galgame in China and published by Sakura Game. Only on Steam the game has English subtitles available. The game has a variety of very rich story and its huge one-million-word script approves it.

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Tricolour Lovestory official description says:

“It is the freedom, that one’s been longing for a lifetime. ——It is the simple of mind, that one’s never released from its shackle.——It is the emaki, that we all paint our own color on.”

The game is set in central China in a city called The River City. It has two lovely characters – Violet and Daisy. Both girls are 17 years old and are in their junior year in high school. One is considered an Ice Queen and the other a rai of sunshine. Every choice that you make in this game affects the events that happen next.

Check out what other adventures are happening in River City when you follow two other girls whose boyfriends have been kidnapped in a upcoming adventure 2D fighting game called River City Girls.


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