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Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi is the last of the Hakuoki games released thus far, and it's the shortest of all the games in the series, running just five chapters. The story sets up the premise of the original game, and of the other Hakuoki titles too - after the Shinsengumi's defeat in Edo, the other two surviving members make their way to Kyoto, where the gang eventually split up, with each going their own way. That's where our story picks up, and after a few short but still fun episodes, the game ends with a cliffhanger.
Hakuoki: The Tales of the Shinsengumi picks up the story after the events of the previous game, and continues with the Shinsengumi's attempts to catch the bandits who escaped from the previous game, and the eventual trial and execution of the last surviving leader of the group. Suffice it to say, it's not the first time we've seen this story, and it's still a pretty good choice if you've already played the previous game.
We'd recommend checking out the other three games in the Hakuoki series before deciding which of these games you'd like to play, to see which of them best suits your preferences - but as a brief overview:
And if you really want to get a full picture of what the Hakuoki series has to offer, then we recommend reading our review of the PS3's first game, Hakuoki: Journey of the Zenkoku-Ie no Kuni no Monarch, and our review of the PS Vita's second game, Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi.
It's hard to say which version of Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds is the definitive version, as it's built on top of a couple of different bases - it was originally released on the Playstation 2, then remade in Japan using upgraded graphics. It was then published on the Playstation Portable, and finally remade again for the PSP.
It's hard to say which version is the 'best' - there's nothing wrong with any of them, as they're all good games that play well, but they all have their flaws, and if you've played one, you'll probably want to play the others too. But if you're looking to play a Shinsengumi romance game that's also easy to get into, then Kyoto Winds is the one to go for.
Edo Blossoms is the only game in the Hakuoki series that's available in English, and it's a little different from the rest. It's not a visual novel like Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds, and it's not a traditional dating simulation like Hakuoki: Edo Awakens. Instead it's a traditional dating sim with Hakuoki-themed elements. You take on the role of Okita Sōji, a member of the Shinsengumi, and take on a murder case alongside three other bachelors - Oogimi Shichiroji, Hanzō Heiji and Chiyo Makino. This gives you the option to romance each of the three girls in the game, and the more you play through the game, the more you can upgrade your stats and abilities.
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