The next entry in PSP's acclaimed "There can't seriously be a game with that name" series is titled "We Still Don't Know the Name of the Flower We Saw That Day."
Like past entries in the series, including Namco Bandai's I Don't Have Many Friends Portable and Listen to Me, Girls. I Am Your Father!, We Still Don't Know the Name of the Flower We Saw That Day is based off something, in this case an eleven part anime that aired on Fuji TV in April of last year and will soon begin serialization as a manga in Jump. Also like those games, its mouthful of a name has a convenient short form: AnoHana.
Developed by Guyzware (maker the My Sister Can't Possibly Be This Cute Portable adaptations), AnoHana's PSP adaptation is an adventure game where you, playing as main character Jintan, work through a story that will include new episodes not shown in the anime. The game will make use of Secret Base" Kimi ga Kureta Mono as its ending theme.
Famitsu.com has first artwork from the game. 5pb. is planning a release for the summer.