Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Portable
Haganai PSP
Haganai Portable's case cover.


Romance, Comedy, Harem, Slice of Life, Ecchi, School


Namco Bandai Games


Namco Bandai Games and Guyzware



Release Date

February 23, 2012

For Ages




Number of Sales

77,105 [1]

Ending Theme

Over the Distance

Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Portable (僕は友達が少ない ぽーたぶる) is a visual novel game published by Namco Bandai Games. It was released on February 23, 2012 in Japan. The regular edition is called the Neighborhood Pack while the limited edition version is called the Limited Edition Super Unlucky Box (僕は友達が少ない ぽーたぶる 限定版 超残念BOX). A strategy guide book was also released for the game.


The game uses the Live2D system. It is played as a visual novel, meaning the player doesn't necessarily take control of anything or anyone. It is played through like a novel, with the player making choices to further the narrative.

Limited Edition VersionEdit

Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Portable - Limited Edition Super Unlucky BoxEdit

This limited edition box comes with a multitude of special features, like a 95-page artbook, a DVD featuring a live-drama using the Live2D system, game commentary etc., four spoof slip-on covers, three art cards, a download code for a custom PSP theme and a copy of Sena's favorite eroge, Kirameki School Life SP - The Wonder Years, which is another visual novel game.


Haganai iP

Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai iP was an app used to promote the then-upcoming release of Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai Portable. Launched by Bandai Namco Games, the IOS application uses the same Live2D system that the game uses to animate its characters. It features Yozora Mikazuki as an interactable character. The app user can poke and pinch at the Yozora to receive different reactions. The app also includes several other features, such as a schedule, an alarm, a clock and access to the game's Twitter page. The official timeline updates the user on the game through its Twitter account. A link to the game's official website is also included.

Plot SummaryEdit

The Neighbor's Club decide to host a summer training camp on a private, tropical island owned by the Kashiwazaki family as part of their club activities. The island is a southern island. The game revolves around Kodaka and the interactions with his fellow club-mates as results of his (the player's) decisions.


  • A small appendix book for the game was released by Comic Alive in their March 2012 issue.
  • The game was originally set for a January 26 release but was postponed to February 23 to improve the game and raise user satisfaction.[2]



In-game ModelsEdit

Limited Edition Spoof CoversEdit


  1. "Fami Game White Paper 2013 Supplementary Data Edition (separate volume version)" Enterbrain, 2013.
  2. Famitsu
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