A previously canceled Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, and Nintendo Switch OLED game is no longer canceled and will be released next week on March 23. If this sequence of events sounds strange, that’s because it is. It’s not often that a game gets canceled and then comes back to life. What is even less common is that a game/port is released about four years after cancellation. That’s a meaty time, but it’s coming to an end.
The game in question is called Song of memories, which is currently only available on PS4 and PC. It debuted in 2017 via the PS4, but only in Japan. Then in 2018 it got a worldwide release, but only via PC. And then, in 2019, it came to the west, via the PS4, and the plan was to accompany this release with a debut on Nintendo Switch. However, a month before release, the Switch version was canned due to “development complications.” And this was the end of the timeline for the game, or so fans thought. Today it was announced that the Switch version will be available again on March 23. The release costs $28.99 and is only available through the Nintendo eShop.
“A story of love and crisis. A dramatic visual novel where your choices determine the end of the story. In a grand and mysterious world intertwined by beautiful graphics and an emotional story, you become the protagonist and forge your own destiny.” It. an official blurb about the game.”
The description of the game continues and elaborates on the details of the story: “The protagonist, unaware of the discovery of an unknown virus in the world, enjoys a happy school life with six beautiful girls. didn’t know it would be a time when never come back… In the first half of the story, the common route is filled with event scenes that can be called the epitome of girl games! They spend their time enjoying events such as the pool event and the date event. There are over 100 regular events alone!”
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