Sentimental Graffiti 20th anniversary Twitter account launched

Remaster incoming? Or perhaps a new title?

Sentimental Graffiti

Love simulation game Sentimental Graffiti, which was first released for Sega Saturn in 1998 in Japan, will celebrate its 20th anniversary in 2018, and a Twitter account teasing the start of an anniversary project has been launched.

“I want to see you…” reads the first tweet from the account.

The Twitter account itself is not verified. When asked by another outlet if it the account is official, it replied, “It is by all means official. We apologize that there is still little information, but we will post information as it comes out, so please keep your eyes peeled in the future.”

Of course, that sort of response is not exactly verification, so we did some digging of our own. The account was created on November 29, 2017, according to TwBirthday. Its first follower was Ai Maeda, who voiced Emiru Nagakura in the original game. She also retweeted the account’s first tweet. Other notable followers include:

All that said, it would appear the account is official. At this point, however, it is unknown who is behind the account. Our guess would be El Dia, who has previously remastered Sega Saturn visual novels Eve: Burst Error and Desire, and is currently working on Doukoku Soshite… for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita.

Following the original release of Sentimental Graffiti on Sega Saturn in January 1998 in Japan, a PC version was released that October, followed by a PlayStation version in March 2001, and a PSone Classics version (playable on PlayStation 3, PSP, and PS Vita) in February 2010. A sequel, Sentimental Graffiti 2, was released for Dreamcast in July 200 in Japan, followed by PC in March 2001. Read more about each game on Wikipedia.

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