PQube is bringing the PS4 and Switch versions of Song of Memories to Europe and North America. Additionally, the game is also heading to Steam in a variety of languages.

Song of Memories is a visual from Pure Wish that also features rhythm elements. In this story, the players can pursue a romance with six of the protagonist’s classmates. However, the mysterious virus devastating the globe may complicate things a bit. When not spending time together in idyllic bliss, the cast will have to battle monsters to the death. Naturally, this is where the musical mini-game comes in.

This visual novel uses E-mote which allows for full animation in all dialogue and event scenes. It is also features full voice acting for every character, including the protagonist. The total amount of voice acting in the game exceeds 40 hours of audio. There are also over 30 songs in the game, including 2 opening and 6 ending themes. It also has over 100 events, many of which are full of fan service if the trailers and screenshots are anything to go by.

From PQube:

Features

A romantic visual novel with a dark and sinister underbelly. Discover the thrills of finding your soulmate in Japan’s iconic musical love story, and prepare to fight for your love in the most testing of times, as an apocalyptic virus begins sweeping across the world and threatens to infect those closest to you.

While Song of Memories is already out for PS4 in Japan, the other versions do not have a solid release date. However, PQube and Future Tech Lab intend on making them ready sometime in 2018. When the PS4 and Switch versions of the game launch in Europe and North America, they will be available in physical format.

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