[Nintendo Switch] The Quintessential Quintuplets – Five Memories Spent With You Review

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Visual novel sequel The Quintessential Quintuplets – Five Memories Spent With You is waiting for you on Nintendo Switch. Check our The Quintessential Quintuplets – Five Memories Spent With You review!


After giving us the scheduling sim/dating sim visual novel The Quintessential Quintuplets – Memories of a Quintessential Summer on Nintendo’s console, Spike Chunsoft and MAGES are back with another colorful dose with a new adventure featuring the Nakano sisters – Ichika, Nono, Miku, Yotsuba, and Itsuki. The premise for this new journey? It turns out that protagonist Futaro Uesegi decides it’s time to confess his feelings for one of the sisters! This will happen during a graduation trip to Okinawa with all five girls, with Futaro’s sister Raiha also tagging along.

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For the previous game, also available on Nintendo Switch, Futaro worked hard to help the girls continue to learn and hone their skills while being stranded on the Nakano family’s island. Futaro was, after all, working as the girls’ part-time tutor. He somehow managed to help all five girls achieve their goals so that they could graduate, even after being stranded for a handful of days while foraging for food and resources. Since school is over, Futaro wants to restate his love for one of the girls before it’s too late. Will he be able to kiss the girl who has stolen his heart before the graduation trip is over?


This game brings us a brand-new story with new CG illustrations. The characters are also fully voice-acted and feature the talents of the original cast from the anime, which is always a big plus. Do know that this means the voices will be in Japanese, which means that if you’re not familiar with the language, there’s going to be a LOT of reading in your future! With five different girls as potential romantic interests, that means there are several story paths for you to work your way through.

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With this one being a full-on visual novel, your goal will be simple and to the point: confess your feelings for one of the girls. Will you choose Ichika, Nono, Miku, Yotsuba, or Itsuki? You’ll be taking on a six-day graduation trip, so time is of the essence. Your choices will determine which character’s route you’ll be taking on. There’s also tthe possibility of going down the “do not confess to anyone” path, which will take you to the “All route” once you have managed to reach the good or bad endings for each of the five girls.


The graduation trip itself will progress one day at a time as you make choices along the way that will impact which specific story route you’ll be going down, as well as which of the two endings you’ll get for that particular route. The choices you make will change how the story unravels, as well as how many Futaro Points you obtain. Gain 180 or more Futaro Points, and you’ll get to see the good ending for that route. Gain less than 180 Futaro Points, and you’ll trigger the sequence for the bad ending.

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The Quintessential Quintuplets – Five Memories Spent With You takes place after the events from The Quintessential Quintuplets – Memories of a Quintessential Summer, during which Futaro and the Nakano quintuplets managed to strengthen their bonds. After Futaro helps the girls get back on the right track and graduate, he has one last chance to confess his feelings for one of the girls to try and find true love. Will he succeed in the end? With five different character routes, as well as a final “All Route” option after you’ve seen the good or bad endings for all five girls, there’s plenty of content in this visual novel for you to dive into. The Quintessential Quintuplets – Five Memories Spent With You is out on Nintendo Switch with a $34.99 price tag. You can also go all-in and get The Quintessential Quintuplets Double Pack for $59.99, which also includes The Quintessential Quintuplets – Five Memories Spent With You, saving you $5 in the process.

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Disclaimer
This The Quintessential Quintuplets – Five Memories Spent With You review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Spike Chunsoft.

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