Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi for Nintendo 3DS

Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi

Sep 19, 2013
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About this game

Developer: Idea Factory
Content Rating: Mature


The Men of Hakuoki Are Ready to Romance!

Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi includes new story content, and gives players the chance to take a photo with their favorite characters from Hakuoki! At a time when shogunate and imperial forces clashed for supremacy over Japan, Chizuru travels to Kyoto in search of her missing father. She runs into the Shinsengumi, a band of samurai warriors sworn to protect the shogun. Chizuru learns that they are also looking for her father. Their journey becomes more complex as they face off against imperial soldiers and the supernatural! But in the midst of all this madness, will innocent Chizuru find love?

Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
Robert HughesNov 11, 2013
Those willing to set aside their preconceptions of visual novels might just find that Hakuoki is a thrilling, engaging, delightful experience. Gamers looking to try something new may just find this gem will become their favourite book on the 3DS, but those looking for an adventure wherein they can make meaningful choices may find themselves disappointed in Hakuoki’s rigid structure.
Brittany VincentOct 01, 2013
Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi is an excellent example of how to pen a visual novel without a horrific female lead, and an intriguing tale to boot. This is a gripping read, with the mystery surrounding Chizuru’s father taking center stage rather than the romance plots. If you didn’t catch the PSP version, snag this one on 3DS, if nothing else but to support the genre so that more visual novels can make their way overseas.
Cara EllisonMar 06, 2014
Understanding Japanese, I often find it difficult to watch Japanese dramas with English subtitles that don't quite fit the meaning of the original. There's none of that here. The translators and proofreaders have done an excellent job conveying both meaning and emotion through text. The music is cute, and the art is simple and beautiful. This game is so worth its eShop price.