The Expression Amrilato Now on Steam!

Sukesparo’s The Expression Amrilato is now available on Steam!

We want to thank all of you who lent us your support over the past few days! After hearing about the recent news, we were approached by Valve and they expressed their interest in carrying The Expression Amrilato on Steam! Even better, we were able to work with them to ensure that The Expression Amrilato is being released on Steam without any changes to the content.

We’re very happy to be able to bring this wonderful, heartwarming, and educational tale of the power of communication to Steam in its full, intended form in two language versions—both English and Japanese—with more to come, too! This is a great day for all of us here at MangaGamer and for visual novels as a whole! Fans buying the game on Steam today and in the future will be receiving the exact same product sold on our website and other stores.

If you haven’t already tried out The Expression Amrilato, we hope you’ll take advantage of this offer soon! And we hope you’ll continue sharing your support for amazing titles like this in days to come as well!

To celebrate the occasion, the Steam release will include a launch discount and we’ll be extending the promotional discount on our store for another week to match! We hope you all enjoy The Expression Amrilato, and continue to support visual novels wherever they’re sold.

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7 Comments

  1. Sh0tgun_Jacks0n

    At the risk of being “that asshole”, I’m genuinely curious as to why they (Valve) aren’t willing to go to these lengths with all the titles that they ban with no explanation.

    Oh wait, that’s right. It’s because they’re cherry-picking and taste policing.

  2. Yeah, if it didn’t have that weird “LGBT OPRESSION” angle, we’d wait from months to forever >_>

    Guess it is time for straight people to feel actively discriminated against.

    • Ian Keith Charles

      Oh do grow up.

    • To be fair, maybe Steam realized that Amrilato was legitimately an all ages title? You don’t see them unbanning Maidens of Michael, another yuri title.

      Though, yeah, I wouldn’t be surprised if Pride Month and any PR issues related to that were a huge factor.

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