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Memories Off 6 Announced for PS2
04.15.08 - 2:28 PM

Cyberfront today announced Memories Off 6: Triangle Web for PlayStation 2. The game's protagonist is high school student Shio Tsukamoto. The two heroines are Shio's childhood friend Ririsu Toomine and fellow student Chisa Hakosaki. The former used to be nice, but recently has become rather arrogant, at least toward Shio. Only occasionally does she let him see her cute site. She tends to be rude, but doesn't use dirty language in order to avoid angering her grandmother. Ririsu has a very close relationship with her grandma and also helps out in her small restaurant. In fact, it is Ririsu who introduces the second heroine, Chisa to Shio. Until recently, her looks had been very plain, but on Ririsu's advice, she decided to change her style. Chisa has always had an eye on Shio and eventually she asks him for a dance at an upcoming school festival. Recently, these requests have become synonymous with declarations of love. Shio is puzzled. Of course, it's up to the player to decide how this love triangle is going to develop.

Memories Off 6: Triangle Web will be available in Japan in July.


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