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Song of Memories - PlayStation 4
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- Become the most popular guy around - romance six gorgeous girls and reshape the story around your chosen One true love - with multiple endings up for grab
- A cast bursting with life - forget static visual novel conversations: fully animated characters move and react to One another's lines, all voiced by the original Japanese cast more than 40 hours
- A deep, dark secret to uncover- song of memories is a tale of love in the early days of a monster Apocalypse! Can you discover the truth and save the love of your life?
- An adventure that defies expectations - song of memories combines all the best parts of visual novels with rhythm-action and light role-playing systems to offer surprises at every turn
- Complex, branching storylines - your decisions affect what happens! Keep track of every single twist and turn with the storyline tracker, which lets you revisit choices and explore different outcomes
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A romantic visual novel with a dark and sinister underbelly. Discover the thrills of finding your soulmate in Japan's iconic musical love story, and prepare to fight for your love in the most testing of times, as an apocalyptic Virus begins sweeping across the world and threatens to infect those closest to you.
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By James Luther Pendragon on March 24, 2019
Visually, it's a more beautiful game than most visual novels because the characters are animated rather than being still portraits on the screen but the content of what the characters say brings nothing of substance because they don't evolve beyond the simple anime tropes on offer. The story isn't very interesting either, and it has a jarring moment when everything gets darker but it fails to be captivating even when it's trying it's best to evoke a response in the player.
Some players may find value in the game's setup which revolves around people being turned into monsters which in turn causes a cataclysmic turn of events, and the player character (whatever you name them) has to save the day with an rhythm game app powered by bouncy anime girls. Unfortunately, nothing of note develops from this premise and instead you'll be treated to endless dialogue as interesting as paint drying. It's also a bit of a harem ordeal with the main character surrounded by girls getting scantily clad or in suspect poses.