A highly anticipated game for the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Lite, and Nintendo Switch OLED is finally available to gamers worldwide after being cancelled several years ago. The long wait for the game’s dedicated fans will end next week, on March 23, when it will be released. The surprising circle back has left gamers and industry specialists scratching their heads. A cancelled game is rarely remade, let alone released nearly four years later. Despite this, Nintendo has caught everyone off guard by announcing the game’s release. Gamers, many of whom have eagerly awaited the chance to finally play this long-delayed title, have expressed excitement and anticipation for the upcoming release. The game is predicted to offer a one-of-a-kind combination of cutting-edge gameplay mechanics and stunning graphics that will satisfy gamers of all skill levels.
The game’s protagonist is a happy high school student with six beautiful girls surrounding them. However, when an unknown virus is discovered, their world quickly crumbles, and the characters are forced to confront a time that will never return.
Song of Memories, a romantic visual novel game for the PlayStation 4, was first released in Japan in 2017. In 2018, it was released worldwide on PC, but fans eagerly anticipated a console release in the West. In the West, the game was released in 2019 on PS4, with a Nintendo Switch release planned. However, fans were disappointed when the Switch version was canceled a month before its release due to “development complications.” Even though many people believed that to be the end of the game, today’s announcement gives new hope.
PQube, the game’s developer, revealed that on March 23, the Switch version of Song of Memories would be available only on the Nintendo eShop. The game is available for $28.99, and players can play it on their Switch consoles to experience the engaging story and interactive gameplay.
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