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Memories Off 6 Sequel Announced
Also inside: Memories Off 6: T-Wave remake.
04.25.09 - 10:23 PM

Cyberfront is currently working on the sequel to last year's Memories Off 6: T-Wave, Memories Off 6: Next Relation. Unlike previous installments of the series, Next Relation will be simultaneously released for PlayStation 2 and Xbox 360. It will tell the story of five heroines after the events of T-Wave.

Memories Off 6 Next Relation will be available sometime this summer. The standard version will cost 7,140 yen ($73.39 USD), while the limited edition will carry a price tag of 9,240 yen ($94.97 USD).

In further Memories Off-related news, Memories Off 6: T-Wave is receiving another update. Following PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable releases, Cyberfront is planning an Xbox 360 version. Compared to the previous two iterations, the Xbox 360 release will offer an edited scenario, newly added event CG scenes and voice acting as well as 720p-compatible visuals.

Memories Off 6: T-Wave for Xbox 360 will go on sale in Japan this summer for 6,090 yen ($62.60 USD).



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