HumaNature has announced that Doki-Doki Universe, their game starring a robot named QT3 who wants to learn about humanity, will be released in December for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.
Doki-Doki Universe will pop up on the PlayStation Store on Dec. 10 for $14.99. If you don't feel like committing just yet, you can download the free Starter Pack version of the game, which comes with 16 personality quizzes, Doki-Doki Mail, the robot QT3's home planet and a tutorial planet.
If you do decide to make the jump and purchase the full game, you'll get story mode, 31 personality quizzes and the Doki-Doki Mail messaging system. The best part is that Doki-Doki Universe will support cross buy, meaning that once you purchase and download it to one PlayStation system, you can get it on the others, free of charge.
A post on the PlayStation Blog from HumaNature provides and a brief preview of one of the scenarios you'll see in the game. Here is the story according to Greg Johnson, founder of HumaNature Studios:
"This story takes place on a planet called Brrr. As QT3, you’ll encounter an insecure young snowman named Junior, who is ashamed of the fact that he can’t stand the cold. Junior is afraid to tell his father, as he’s sure his dad would never understand.
Meanwhile, his father is worried because Junior is always getting sick, and he doesn’t know why. In this scene, you help them resolve their problems by conjuring up items and helping them to communicate. As we play through this new level on the livestream, we’ll show you how QT3 ultimately helps Junior and his dad."
Watch out for Doki-Doki Universe when it drops next Tuesday on the PlayStation Store for $14.99.