Dating to save mankind in Date A Live: Rinne Utopia

8:00 AM on 01.31.2013 // Josh Totman

A man's work is never done

What a hard life to lead when the world makes you date women to save it. This is only half true in the new collaborated game from Compile Heart and Sting. The other half of this puzzle lies in our hero, Shido. He has the power to entrap spirits into his body and seal them away. Pretty handy, right? Well around school there are some mysterious girls who have spirits inside of them that have been taking the lives of others. It is up to our main man Shido to put a stop to them by making the host for these spirits fall in love with him. Seems legit.

Date A Live: Rinne Utopia is based on the light novels of Koshi Tachibana and illustrated by Tsunako. The game will be released on PS3 this summer in Japan. It's a pretty safe bet that the US is not going to be getting this one even thou I would love to play it.

Guess I'll just have to enjoy the anime version of it instead. Check out the trailer below.

[via Siliconera]

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