Former Capcom producer Keiji Inafune has been busy as of late with social games and Comcept. According to this week's Famitsu, the legendary designer will have even less free time, as he is helping out Idea Factory with another game: Bakudan Handan, literally translated as "Bomb Judgement."
Bakudan Handan is an adventure game tailored as a love simulator a la Tokimeki Memorial. Players control a female protagonist as they explore an amusement park to solve a situation involving a bomb scare by an unknown culprit in a bear suit serving as the park's mascot. Along the way, players get to sit through romantic possibilities with male non-player characters.
Keiji Inafune's contributions will be producing Bakudan Handan's set-piece and theme park, which will have many video-game-themed attractions. The developer will also make a digital cameo as himself; he will be the protagonist's uncle and will help guide players throughout the game.
The adventure game will be out on the PSP next year. An English version of the title has yet to be confirmed. Idea Factory's other titles include Record of Agarest War and the Hyperdimension Neptunia series. Keiji Inafune also made a digital cameo in the latter series as a special attack.