Song of Memories Developer Shows its Waifus with VR Tech for Future Game

Pure Wish showcases its VR technology by using Song of Memories' girls in various situations.

on August 3, 2017 1:25 AM

Today Pure Wish released a few videos using assets from its latest visual novel/adventure game Song of Memories, with a bit of an interesting twist.

The videos show the girls of the game and the e-mote system that is supposed to make them feel more lively in virtual reality, complete with a 3D effect.

It’s important to mention that this is not an announcement of a VR feature in Song of Memories itself, but an experiment focused on the studio’s VR technology for future games in development at the studio.

You can check them out below. If you want to see more of Song of Memories, you can check out  you can check out  a metric ton of videos starting from the latest hereand continuing herehere, here, here, here, hereand here and a batch of screenshots here. After all, waking up with waifus is always a great way to start the day.

Incidentally, we recently learned that Song of Memories (that is currently available in Japan only for PS4), will be released in the west for Sony’s console this fall, with a Nintendo Switch port coming within  the year and a PC port next year. Waifus for all!



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