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>You know that Netflix true crime documentary Evil Genius? Like, you watch it and every episode there s a twist so off the wall that it s basically formed a new floor, and there was no way you could have predicted it? And you re like Okay, but no way there ll be another twist like that in the next episode? That experience is similar to playing Hatoful Boyfriend.
Did you kiss a bird last night? It’s okay, you can tell me. I know that you twitchers (and Twitchers, probably) have been camped out in your hides with your binoculars, keenly awaiting the arrival of Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star [official site]. You surely pounced on the bird dating sim as soon as it was released last night, so you don’t need me to tell you it’s out. But perhaps you’re not yet committed to a lifestyle of macking on finches – what would your family say at Christmas dinner! – so hey, look, I’ll just mention it’s out so you can think about it.
There is no greater holiday romance than the one between George Michael and the wine glass he met last Christmas but for the pigeon fanciers among the RPS readership, Christmas might come early with the release of Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star [official site] on December 15th. It’s a themed expandalone or semi-sequel rather than a DLC pack and the creator of the original game, Hato Moa, has been involved with the development of this festive treat.
You may have thought yourself an animal lover before, but Hatoful Boyfriend taught us to really love animals>. The dating sim starring a human girl in a school for birds – actual, proper birds – fizzed with madcap charm, and it was grand when Mediatonic and Devolver Digital remastered it to introduce it to a larger audience. Now they’ve having a crack at the sequel, Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star. This Christmassy tail [tail, like a bird’s tail] is due to arrive this autumn.