Famitsu posted the opening movie for Tone Work’s Hoshi Ori Yume Mirai Converted Edition, coming to PlayStation Vita on August 10 in Japan.
The Vita version will come with extra scenes and CG events not in the original PC release. Additionally, a tint function has been added to accurately portray colors on the handheld’s screen as well as touch commands to skip texts and make choices.
Hoshi Ori Yume Mirai Converted Edition tells the story of a boy named Ryousuke who just moved back to his hometown after being away for seven years. He reunites with an old friend, Marika, and joins the management committee of his new high school. Ultimately, Ryousuke feels the need to be closer to the girls around him and hopefully fall in love.