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New Konami Soundtracks Announced

Konami has announced that they will release four soundtracks to accompany the upcoming releases of Tokimeki Memorial 3: That Promised Place and Genso Suikoden for PlayStation 2 in December and January.

Motto! Motto! Tokimeki Memorial 2001/Sakura no Kisetsu: Single features two songs by Tokimeki Memorial 3's lead voice actors, the cd is available November 11th at a price of 1,300yen ($10.59).

Tokimeki Memorial 3 Hajimemashite: Following the single mentioned above is this mini-album containing two songs and five short drama sequences. The first shipment will include a sheet of special stickers. No pricing information is available for this CD, which is set for a December 5th release.

Genso Suikoden Music Collection: The original soundtrack of the newest incarnation of the Suikoden series of RPGs, known as Suikoden III in the US. This soundtrack will be available on December 29th, carrying a price tag of 3,059yen ($24.91).

Tokimeki Memorial 3 - That Promised Place: Expected to be the first soundtrack of the game, it's currently scheduled for a January 10th 2002 release, with no further information being available yet.


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