Song Of Memories Cancelled On Nintendo Switch Due To “Development Complications”

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PQube has announced that Song of Memories will no longer release on Nintendo Switch, the romantic visual novel cancelled after encountering “development complications.”

“Today, PQube announces the release date of the romantic visual novel Song of Memories on PlayStation 4. The love story that turned the Japanese genre upside down with its surprising twist releases worldwide on February 1st,” PQube explained in a statement to Rice Digital.

“While the PlayStation 4 version and the special Encore Edition are confirmed, we regrettably had to cancel the Nintendo Switch version of the game. Unfortunately, Song of Memories can’t be brought to a functioning level of quality our fans demand on the Switch due to development complications.”

In Song of Memories, you must fight for your soulmate even in the most testing of circumstances. That’s because an apocalyptic virus has started to spread across the world, threatening to infect those closest to you.

You will be able to romance six girls and reshape the story around your chosen one true love, with your choices leading to one of many multiple endings – with a deep, dark secret to uncover.

Song of Memories will release for PlayStation 4 worldwide on February 1st.

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