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Princess Soft Brings StarTRain to PS2
08.13.07 - 6:39 PM

Princess Soft announced plans to bring StarTRain to PlayStation 2. This love adventure was originally developed by mixed-up and released for the PC platform on September 22nd 2006. The game's protagonist is Tsukasa Motoki, a high school student with bad grades. Apart from this poor performance, Tsukasa is also suffering from a break-up with his girlfriend. Luckily for him, he is surrounded by the five following heroines:

Nanami Hata is a mysterious girl, who ends up living with the protagonist. She calls herself a traveler, and does not go to school.

Enbi Kanade is a childhood friend and classmate of Tsukasa. She has a tomboyish character. Originally she used to be good friends with the protagonist, but recently she is trying hard to avoid him.

Nami Aida is another childhood friend of the protagonist. The elite student is Tsukasa's senior and often helps him with his homework. While the two are not related, Nami is like an older sister to Tsukasa.

Asuka Yumehara is another classmate of the protagonist. She is always smiling and has excellent grades, but due to her provincial accent, she sometimes speaks odd Japanese.

Yomogi Kanzaki is a good student and very serious, but sometimes her speech and conduct become weird. She is the daughter of a wealthy family.

StarTRain: Your past makes your future for PlayStation 2 will be available in Japan on November 29th. While the game's standard version will retail for 6,800 yen ($57.46 US), the limited edition will cost 7,800 yen ($65.91 US). Contents of the latter have yet to be announced.


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