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Yeti Brings Sekai no Subete to PS2
07.05.06 - 11:55 PM

Yeti will bring Tama Software's 2002 adventure title, Sekai no Subete to PlayStation 2 in late September. Compared to the original PC release, the PlayStation 2 version will feature new scenarios, storylines and 50 original CG scenes.

The game's protagonist, Hiroshi Miyamoto, returns to the Kansai area after having lived in Tokyo for eight years. The return to his hometown however proves difficult. He doesn't speak the local dialect anymore and has trouble re-integrating. The game's heroines include the following five girls: Tomoko Konishi just arrived one week before the protagonist. She hardly ever speaks and shows no interest in her new fellow students. The gifted piano player still wears the school uniform of her previous school. Marimo Sakurai is the protagonist's junior and very interested in everything, in particular Hiroshi. Honoko Kusanagi is the manager of the school's music club whose members include the protagonist, Tomoko and Marimo. Mizuki Murakami is a classmate of Marimo. The young girl is suffering from a serious illness, but still manages to go after her daily school life. Kasumi Kusanagi is the English teacher of Hiroshi's class. Her big breasts and good style contribute as much to her popularity as the close relationship to her students.

Sekai no Subete: two of us for PlayStation 2 will be available in Japan on September 28th for 6,800 yen ($59.35 US).


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