Visual Novels come in many shapes and sizes, but we’re not sure any are more cheesy or have a bigger focus on food than The Pizza Delivery Boy Who Saved the World!
The Pizza Delivery Boy Who Saved the World! from Oh, a Rock! Studios and Penguin Pop Games is now available to purchase, download and enjoy on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, PS5 and Nintendo Switch.
It comes in with a £4.49 price tag attached (at least from the Xbox Store, you may find other format prices vary very slightly) and will see you taking in a Visual Novel like no over.
The focus is on the pizza delivery boy who saved the world – exactly as the title suggests – and will see you following the tale of a humble pizza guy who is probably never going to be able to work in the industry again – at least he won’t if his boss ever finds out about the game in hand.
The Pizza Delivery Boy Who Saved the World! is a short novel, and that makes it instantly accessible to a range of players normally put off by the constant need to read for hours on end with others games of this ilk. It should be fun too and one watch of the trailer below will let you in on the secrets that it holds. In fact, it’s all a bit weird in a good way – and we’re well up for taking in the story that it attempts to tell.
You’ll find our full review of The Pizza Delivery Boy Who Saved the World! on Xbox coming your way real soon. With full Series X|S optimisation, Smart Delivery for those looking for the finest version for their specific console, and 4K Ultra HD visuals, this could well be one that belies the price tag asked.
Find out for yourself by grabbing a download of The Pizza Delivery Boy Who Saved the World! from the Xbox Store, the PlayStation Store and the Nintendo eShop.
“Look, in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s the delivery guy with double pepperoni and sausage! We’re saved!” It’s not easy delivering pizzas for a living. My boss is a jerk, my co-workers all think I’m super-old because I’m in my 20s, and the customers…well, let’s say they can be rather, umm, zesty. Like the person who doesn’t know their own address. Or the guy on 12th Avenue who answers the door wearing nothing but a smile. I don’t care how many abs you have, dude; that’s not okay! So when a scruffy-looking guy shows up, claiming to be me from the future? Yeah, it’s easy to just brush him off. …Until it isn’t, and I’m being hunted down by an organization with an unhealthy fixation on cat experimentation. But we’ll get to that. For now, rest assured: your pizza IS on its way—and it’s coming with a side order of righteousness!