Memories Off 6: T-wave
|Memories Off 6: T-wave|
One of the two PlayStation 2 cover artworks.
|Platform(s)||PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation Vita Xbox 360, iPhone, iPod Touch|
Iphone, iPod Touch
PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita
|Genre(s)||Drama, Romance, Visual novel|
Memories Off 6: T-wave (メモリーズオフ シックス ～トライアングル・ウェーブ～ Memorīzu Ofu Shikkusu ~Toraianguru Uēbu~) is a Japanese romance visual novel developed by 5pb. originally released for the PlayStation 2 console on August 21, 2008. It was released for the Xbox 360 on August 27, 2009. This was the second game in the Memories Off series to be developed by 5pb. after exclusive development and distribution rights of the series was transferred over to 5pb. from Cyberfront. A manga adaptation of the game was published in the Comic Alive magazine in 2008.
A sequel named Memories Off 6: Next Revelation was released for the PS2 and Xbox 360 in 2009. It was later ported to the PSP in 2010. A PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 3 port of both games are released on June 27, 2013.
- Shio Tsukamoto (塚本 志雄 Tsukamoto Shio)
- Voiced by: Fujiwara Yuuki
- The main male character of the game and the one who the player controls. He's the landlord of his own apartment building, making him the richest protagonist in the series. He also works in the student council, thanks to Ririsu. He also enjoys listening to radio, especially a radio show called T-Wave.
- Ririsu Toomine (遠峯 りりす Tōmine Ririsu)
- Voiced by: Ayano Niina
- A second year student at Sumisora High School. Ririsu is Shio's childhood friend and Chisa's best friend. She moved away for few years and when she came back to Sumisora her personality took a 180 degree turn.
- Chisa Hakosaki (箱崎 智紗 Hakosaki Chisa)
- Voiced by: Aya Hirano
- A second year student at Sumisora High School. She has a crush on Shio. In the beginning of the game, she confesses to Shio.
- Chloe Kagamigawa (嘉神川 クロエ Kagamigawa Kuroe)
- Voiced by: Yuko Goto
- A third year student at Sumisora High School and the student council president. Her father is Japanese and her mother is French. She's also the second heroine with mixed blood in Memories Off series (First one being Shion Futami from the first game).
- Rein Suzushiro (鈴代 黎音 Suzushiro Rein)
- Voiced by: Rie Tanaka
- A 24-year-old woman who is a novelist. She's known for skipping deadlines, making her novels get delayed release.
- Yuuno Kasuga (春日 結乃 Kasuga Yūno)
- Voiced by: Ui Miyazaki
- A first year transfer student at Sumisora High School.
- Tooru Saga (佐賀 亭 Saga Tōru)
- Voiced by: Kouta Nemoto
- Shio's best friend, even though he's often neglected. Claims that he likes Ririsu.
- Shin Inaho (稲穂 信 Inaho Shin)
- Voiced by: Junji Majima
- The recurring character throughout the Memories Off series. He is the brother of a certain heroine.
- The DJ of the radio show that Shio listens to. Her real identity is Kanata Kurosu (黒須 カナタ Kurosu Kanata) from Omoide ni Kanata Kimi: Memories Off. She doesn't make an actual appearance in the game.
The development and distribution of Memories Off 6: T-wave was handled completely by 5pb. Games. The character designers for the game are Takayuki Koshimizu and Yukihiro Matsuo, who also worked for the previous 3 games.
The music of Memories Off 6: T-wave is composed by Takeshi Abo. The opening theme, "Triangle Wave", will be performed by Ayumi Murata and the ending theme, "Perimeter" (プリミディア Purimitea) will be performed by Ayane. Both theme songs were penned by Chiyomaru Shikura.
- "Official website for Memories Off 6: T-wave" (in Japanese). 5pb. Retrieved 2008-06-20.
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- "5pb.'s press release about the Memories Off series' acquisition" (in Japanese). 5pb. 2007-11-30. Retrieved 2008-06-03.
- "Continuation to "Memories Off 6" to arrive on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 2!" (in Japanese). Famitsu. 2009-04-24. Retrieved 2009-04-24.
- "Memories Off new game title and port". 2008-04-06. Retrieved 2008-06-03.
- "News section of the official website for Memories Off 6: T-wave" (in Japanese). 5pb. Retrieved 2008-06-03.