PQube Games revealed changes made to the Pure Wish developed visual novel Song of Memories, coming to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in 2019.
After suffering a delay, the studio had to clarify with fans that this was not in response to suggestions from hardware partners, but due to “unexpected development issues”. However, some fans might have been left to wonder if the game would release with alterations made to the CG images or localization.
To clear the air about this, PQube publically revealed on their Twitter in response to a user that the content from the game will be the same as the Japanese version, for both PS4 and Switch. However, the studio has chosen to remove the ages of the characters and changed the term “school” to “academy”. These changes were made for age rating boards and not for platform holders.
Additionally, the publisher released a teaser image of the physical version of the game on PS4 as well as stated the new release date will be revealed soon.
Song of Memories follows a group of characters who live in a world where a plague affects females. Those affected will have visions of a new world and breed of humans. Players will learn more about this world as well as the characters throughout the story.
You can check out the image of the physical copy below:
Author’s Take: This is great news for those worried that the game has received changes.
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