Amnesia: Memories coming west this August

Idea Factory localizing otome game.

Amnesia: Memories

Idea Factory International is bringing Amnesia: Memories for PS Vita [Update: and PC via Steam] to North America and Europe via download in August 2015, the publisher announced at its inaugural press event this evening.

The otome (girl game) visual novel originally launched in Japan under the name Amnesia: V Edition on December 19, 2013.

Here’s an outline of the Japanese version, via Play-Asia:

Another Otome Game Cultivated for the PSV

Inspired by the critically acclaimed Japanese visual series of the same name, “Amnesia” is an adventure video game made for the PlayStation Vita: Amnesia: V Edition. Like other otome games, players will be controlling the main female character and find her love interest from various male characters from the game. Amnesia: V Edition is developed and published by Idea Factory.

The Female Protagonist and Her Lost Memory

In a world where you don’t remember anything, who will you trust? The game starts when the female main character wakes up without any memory of her past or who she is. With the help of Orion, a mysterious gentleman who appears to be in her side when she wakes up, they venture the world to find her lost memory. During their journey, the female protagonist receives a call from another man whom she might know but can’t remember. Follow them in this thrilling adventure video game and find her lost memory while creating exciting new ones.

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