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Quintessential Quintuplets Game Opening Movie Revealed

Quintessential Quintuplets Game Opening

Mages uploaded the opening movie for the upcoming The Quintessential Quintuplets: The Five Memories Spent With You video game. The video features all five Nakano sisters singing the game’s theme song, “I Want to See Your Smile.” The opening theme also includes scenes of the sisters’ graduation trip to Okinawa. [Thanks, Gamer!]

The Quintessential Quintuplets: The Five Memories Spent With You will center around protagonist Futaro Uesugi. Uesugi works as a student tutor for the five identical Nakano sisters. At the start of the series, it’s revealed that he will eventually marry one of the five sisters. The game will follow the characters as they go on a graduation trip to Okinawa and visit various real-life locations.

As such, most of the opening movie revolves around each sister spending time with Uesugi. Specifically, we can see them visit popular tourist locations such as the Shurijo Castle, as well as participate in snorkeling, paragliding, and going to the beach. These events will likely play a key part in the game’s 15 different endings. Backing the video is the game’s official opening theme, featuring all five of the voice actors that play each of the Nakano sisters.

You can check out the Quintessential Quintuplets game opening movie below.

This is the second Quintessential Quintuplets game from Mages. The previous game was The Quintessential Quintuplets ∬: Summer Memories Come in Fives! which released in March 2021. Both games feature special limited-edition versions that include a five-disc drama CD set, with a scenario dedicated to each sister.

The Quintessential Quintuplets: The Five Memories Spent With You will launch for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on June 2, 2022, in Japan. The normal version will cost ¥8,580 (about $74), while the premium version will cost ¥11,800 (about $102).

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