The Stargazers (Lupiesoft)

The Stargazers (Lupiesoft)

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Good news for fans of original and unique visual novels as Lupiesoft are back and this time they have Space Elves! For their latest title Lupiesoft turned their attention to the stars and created The Stargazers, a game inspired by 50s and 80s science fiction, pulp fiction and good old mecha anime. Unlike their previous titles this one is set to be a self-contained story and will follow the adventures of the Stargazers Squadron, a group of three pilots who are stationed in deep space.

While it is a visual novel about giant robots and star ships it is also a yuri title, so will focus on the relationship between the group of three girls from The Stargazers squadron. Their base of operations is the ADFSS Shooting Star, which is situated on the outer rim of one of the arms of the Milky Way Galaxy. It is their job to perform recon, patrol and rescue missions if required, but we are sure that trouble will also find the girls in this desolate region of space.

The Stargazers is currently on Steam Greenlight, so we recommend that fans of the genre head on over and cast a vote. Check out the trailer below and then visit the official website for more information about the characters. The Stargazers features the same unique art style and diverse cast that we have come to expect from Lupiesoft titles, so we are definitely looking forward to checking it out.

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