PS4 Exclusive Song of Memories Gets Another Trailer, Little Sister Fanservice in Gameplay Video

Pure Wish makes all the "Imouto" fans happy with a glimpse of striped panties in new Song of Memories gameplay video.

on February 17, 2017 2:33 AM

Following today’s reveal of Song of Memories‘ heroines, developer Pure Wish released another pair of videos of the game.

We get a full trailer, showcasing the whole cast, and a gameplay video featuring the protagonist’s little sister, Fuuka.

Since this is a Japanese game, some “imouto” fanservice is inevitable, so we get a glimpse of the typical “shimapan,” the infamous striped panties. You probably guessed it. It’s the obvious scene in which the little sister climbs on the sleepy hero’s chest to wake him up in the morning.

Moral police members among us need not worry, though, as Fuuka is actually not related by blood to the protagonist, as the anime trope clearly dictates, making her a perfectly viable route.

We also learn of the game’s Limited Edition, which includes the original soundtrack (4 disks) with over 30 vocal songs and 50 music tracks, a 56 pages booklet with artwork and setting materials, and a download code for the “Sports and Culture Festival” in-game scenario.

Early purchase benefits for those who will purchase the first print in Japan include a PS4 theme, which you can see in the gallery at the bottom of the post alongside a mock-up of the front of  one of the soundtrack CDs.

If you want to see more, you can check out more videos here, here, here, here and here, and a batch of screenshots here.

Song of Memories will release in Japan on April 27th, exclusively for PS4.


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