Tokimeki Memorial Online

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Tokimeki Memorial Online
Developer(s) Konami
Publisher(s) Konami
Series Tokimeki Memorial
Platform(s) Windows
Release JPN March 2006
Genre(s) MMORPG
Mode(s)Massive multiplayer
Screenshot of the communication area of Tokimeki Memorial Online. Tokimeki Memorial Online screeny.jpg
Screenshot of the communication area of Tokimeki Memorial Online.

Tokimeki Memorial Online (ときめきメモリアルONLINE) [a] was an MMORPG video game in the Tokimeki Memorial series.

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No game in the series has ever been translated or officially released in the West, though they were purchased from import game stores. In the case of Tokimeki Memorial Online (TMO), the basic version was a free download.

To play TMO, one could set up a free Konami ID and buy an account key from Konami with Japan-issued credit card or WebMoney; it was possible for people outside Japan to buy WebMoney via e-currency exchange between e-currencies such as PayPal, e-Gold, and WebMoney.

The PC servers for the game were shut down on July 31, 2007. [1]

The anime Tokimeki Memorial Only Love is based on Tokimeki Memorial Online.

Development

Production of the game was first announced with the official site's opening in February 2005. The first beta testers were acquired during August of the same year.

Marketing

To help market the game, Konami built a Tokimeki Internet cafe in the Harajuku area of Tokyo, Japan made to look like a classroom from the game. [2]

Characters

Notes

a ^ : The game is also referred to as TokiMemo Online (ときメモONLINE), MemoOn (メモオン or メモon), TokiOn (ときON), Tokimeki OL (ときめきOL), and TMO.

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References

  1. "RPGFan News - Tokimemo To Go Offline in July". www.rpgfan.com. Archived from the original on 2007-03-29.
  2. Tokimeki Memorial Online Cafe news from 1UP.com