Putting the "Joy" back in joystick

Online UK retailer Rice Digital has opened sales for the Encore Edition of PQube and Future Tech Lab's upcoming visual novel, Song of Memories.

Properly titled the "Encore Edition" and available exclusively through Rice Digital for either the PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch, this collector's set includes not just the standard Song of Memories disc, but also a ton of goodies, including a soundtrack, art book, and extremely lewd screen cleaners. From Rice Digital:

- A copy of the game

- Collector's box

- Cloth screen cleaners with premium Song of Memories character artwork

- Four-disc soundtrack CD collection

- Penguin mobile phone charm

- Art book (which will be translated into English)

For those unaware, Song of Memories is a romantic visual novel with strong slice-of-life, school dating, and idol/rhythm elements. The title is set days before an apocalyptic virus consumes the world, mutating humanity into monsters threatening to infect your waifus.

If you're interested, the Encore Edition of Song of Memories is available on Rice Digital for the PlayStation 4 here and for the Nintendo Switch here, both for the price of £79.99. Both the EU and NA versions are translated to English. For PC owners, there is a standard Steam version here, although it is sadly only available in Japanese and Chinese.

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