PS1 - PocketStation pink w/ Tokimeki Memorial 2 Limited Edition (NTSC-J)
Used game with accessory for the Sony PlayStation 1.
Japanese import. PocketStation will work on any PS1 console worldwide. Game will not play on non-Japanese systems without a converter.
PocketStation and wrist strap are in unopened bag in mint condition. The original PlayStation brand battery is included. Magazine and calendar in near mint condition. Game discs in near mint to mint condition. Big box in good to very good condition. Please refer to pictures for more details of condition and contents.
This lot includes:
- big box
- pink PocketStation with PlayStation brand battery in unopened bag
- wrist strap in unopened bag
- 5 discs and instruction booklet in 2 jewelcases in cartboard sleeve
- spine card
- magazine with calendar
The PocketStation is a multifunctional accessory for the PlayStation 1. It can play mini games, act as a memory card and it features an infrared interface to transfer game data. Released only in Japan. About 70 Japanese games support the Pocket Station. There are also a few PAL games that support it, e.g. 'Final Fantasy VIII' and 'SaGa Frontier 2'.
Genre: dating sim
Number of players: 1
Product code VX171-J1, SCPH-4000
Tokimeki Memorial 2 (ときめきメモリアル2, Tokimeki Memoriaru Tsū) is a dating sim developed and published by Konami and the second game in the Tokimeki Memorial series.
Tokimeki Memorial 2 was released for the PlayStation in 1999. It came on 5 CDs, featuring unmatched graphics and voice acting and a groundbreaking "Emotional Voice System (EVS)" where the girls could pronounce the player's name. Only Hikari Hinamoto and Kasumi Asou have the ability to use the EVS system in the actual game. All the other girls' EVS data came on CDs that were free in the Tokimeki Memorial 2 magazine "Hibikino Watcher". Each of the first three magazines came with a CD which had three of the girl's data on it per CD (the chosen girls on the CDs were also the three girls on the corresponding magazine cover). All the girls from the game have EVS data with the exception of Maeka Kudanshita, who always refers to the main player as "Shounen" (Japanese for young lad). The game itself was a big hit in Japan. Its gameplay followed the same template as the first, but with lesser emphasis on the bombs and a greater emphasis on solving unique challenges specific to each girl. As a result, a different strategy had to be devised for every playthrough.
The game and EVS Append Disc was released in Japan for the PlayStation Store on November 25, 2009, exactly ten years after the game's original release date.