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Memories Off #5 Togireta Film Announced for PS2
05.30.05 - 9:44 PM

Kid has opened the official website for Memories Off #5 Togireta Film for PlayStation 2. The newest installment of the popular love adventure series follows the story of protagonist Haruhito Kawaai. The second-year university student has long dreamt of creating his own movies and hence set up his own movie circle at the university. However, since the death of his biggest rival Yuusuke Hina one year ago, he has lost his passion and hence abandoned this dream. At one point, Haruhito runs into Mahiro Sendou. The 19-year old wants to create a movie together with the protagonist. Mahiro was present when Yuusuke died and tells Haruhito that his death was her fault. Yuusuke's sister Asuka tells Haruhito that Mahiro has killed her brother. As he progresses through the game, the player will find answers to the following questions: What kind of relationship did Mahiro and Yuusuke have? Why did Mahiro approach the protagonist? Are Asuka's accusations true?

In addition to Asuka and Mahiro, Memories Off #5 features three more heroines: second-year student and member of the arts club Kazuki Mishima, third-year high school student Miumi Sawarabi and 24-year old manager Mizuho Amamiya.

Memories Off #5 Togireta Film has yet to receive an official release date.


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