The Critically-Acclaimed Hit, Hakuoki series comes to the Nintendo 3DS!An Epic Tale of Love and Honor – Learn about Chizuru and her many companions, as well as the secrets and political intrigue behind the Shinsengumi and the mystery of her missing father.
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Six New Stories – Learn what happens in between major events, and gain a bit of insight into the minds of the characters! These side tales give new meaning to other events in the story.
See The Men of Hakuoki in 3D – Utilizing Nintendo 3DS™'s 3D functionality, play Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi in 3D!
Photo / Movie Gallery – As you progress through the game, unlock a myriad of photos and movies from important moments in the story!
Photo Booth Fun! – Get your friends and pose with your favorite characters in a variety of themes and backgrounds inspired by “purikura” – Japanese photo sticker booths! Create some unforgettable pictures!
Hakuoki Memories of the Shinsengumi is rated
4.7 out of
Rated 5 out of
Cool Game Everwhen it was going to release soon i just had to pre-order it and so i waited 3 months for it and it was worth it! excellent story and gaming and u get to choose who u want to love in the game as well. Its a must for me and other players.
Date published: 2013-10-03
Rated 4 out of
Unfortunately...Unfortunately, my idea of what the "6 new stories" were going to be, was wrong. These new stories are separate from the main story and are, (from what I gathered), very short snippets on the ideologies the 6 men have. In the main menu there is an "extras" tab, where the 2 options are "memories" and the "photo booth." Clicking on "memories" brings you to pictures of the characters and when you click on one of the names, that character's side story plays. Honestly, I only listened one of them (I was kind of disappointed that the new side stories weren't in the main story and I took a break), so maybe the other stories are longer. So the bottom line is the game is exactly like Demon of the Fleeting Blossom with a few small extras. But I'm still glad I bought the game to support the franchise. ...I wish the game description was more specific on where the new stories were going to be.