Memories Off: Innocent Fille launches March 29 in Japan

Latest entry in long-running love adventure series dated.

Memories Off: Innocent Fille

Love adventure game Memories Off: Innocent Fille will launch for PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PC via Steam and DMM Game Player in Japan on March 29, 2018, publisher 5pb. announced.

The game will cost 7,800 yen for the standard physical edition, 7,000 yen for the standard download edition, 9,800 yen for the physical limited edition, and 50,000 yen for the mail order-exclusive “Last Memories Set.”

The Last Memories Set will be available for PlayStation 4 (Illustration A Ver. / B Ver.) and PS Vita (Illustration A Ver. / B Ver.), and includes the following:

  • A copy of the limited edition of Memories Off: Innocent Fille
  • Memories Off 1998 to 2018 Illustration Collection (250 pages, A4-size, full color)
  • Complete Soundtrack (three DVDs, includes all the background music from the Memories Off series)
  • A signed and framed illustration voucher (Illustration A Ver. Illustrator: Mutsumi Sasaki or Illustration B Ver. Illustrator: Yukihiro Matsuo) – This voucher is also a participation ticket for an event to be held at a later date, where you will be able to exchange it for the signed and framed illustration. If you cannot attend the event, it will be mailed to you.

Read more about Memories Off: Innocent Fille here. Visit the game’s official website here.

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