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Festa!! Goes PS2
03.05.06 - 9:50 PM

Kid has announced plans to bring Festa!! Hyper Girls Party to PlayStation 2. The Lass-developed love adventure was originally released for the PC under the title Festa!! Hyper Girls Pop in Japan on December 16th, 2005. The game tells the story of protagonist Takahiro Kuroda who has to live on his own after his father embarks on a business trip. Takahiro returns to his hometown of Mahorobashi, but he has no memories of the place, as his family moved away when he was just a child. While the town is quite an idyllic place, there is one major problem: Within it two warring factions do exist, one residing in the western part of town, the other in the eastern part. In between a boundary line has been drawn to keep the two factions from constantly fighting each other. This strict seperation also applies to the local school.

The game will feature the following five heroines: Nanako Chikami is the eldest daughter of the Chikami family, who moved to Mahorobashi on the same day as the protagonist. Remi Hayasaka is a childhood friend of the protagonist. Futaba Chikami is the younger sister of Nanako. Ayane Shidou, who always does what she pleases, is generally referred to Majesty of Mahorobashi. Rin Kuonzi is a Shinto shrinemaiden who has taken over the management of her family's shrine from her grandpa.

Festa!! Hyper Girls Party for PlayStation 2 has yet to receive an official release date.


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