Kimi Ga Nozomu Eien Visual Novel English

Kimi Ga Nozomu Eien Visual Novel English


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Original network, Mie TV, Original run October 5, 2003 – January 4, 2004 Episodes 14 Kimi ga Nozomu Eien: Next Season Directed by Hideki Takayama Studio Released December 21, 2007 – December 19, 2008 Episodes 4 Kimi ga Nozomu Eien ( 君が望む永遠, lit. The Eternity You Desire), or Kiminozo for short, is a Japanese developed by and released on August 3, 2001 for. It was later ported to the and. The in Kimi ga Nozomu Eien follows a which offers pre-determined scenarios with courses of interaction, and focuses on the appeal of the eight female main characters by the.

The game was adapted into a 14-episode television series, which aired between October 2003 and January 2004. Licensed and distributed the anime in North America under the title Rumbling Hearts. The series was also licensed for release by in the United Kingdom and in Australia and New Zealand, under the title Rumbling Hearts: Kiminozo. It was one of the first anime shows to be officially made available for the through the and is also available through 's Xbox Live Marketplace. A four-episode OVA series called Kimi ga Nozomu Eien: Next Season was released between December 2007 and December 2008.

The OVA series follows an alternate ending that centers around Haruka. See also: An television series based on the game which was animated and produced by first aired across Japan from October 5, 2003 to January 4, 2004. The plot consists of a blend of multiple storylines from the game, mostly the Mitsuki route with a bit of Haruka's route mixed with elements from the Akane route.

The general fate of Amakawa is also disclosed through one scene between Fumio and Takayuki with a line by Fumio at the end of the final episode indicating she died. Manami is limited to one line at the very end and several dialogueless cameos.

Materials not included in the game, due to its perspective being in first person, such as depictions of Mitsuki having sex with Shinji (in certain routes) and Haruka telling Mitsuki that she has a crush on Takayuki while walking home, are also included. The anime was later licensed for distribution by under the title Rumbling Hearts: Kiminozo.

It was originally released in three DVD volumes between December 2006 and March 2007, and was later re-released in a box set in August 2007. The writers for the English dub of the anime in the North American release received a mixed reception for taking a liberal approach while producing the script.

This resulted in an interpretive script, which at several points reworks the dialogue. By contrast, the writers for the subtitle script in the North American release produced a script which is more faithful in its translation, going as far as including honorifics. In addition to the differences in dialogue, there is also a marked difference in the displayed level of between the Japanese and English voicework, though both were generally well received. For the most part, Takayuki's Japanese voice actor portrays him as severely emotionally numbed , consistent with (one of the major themes).

The English voice actor does not perform the role this way. A four-episode (OVA) series, animated by and distributed by Bandai Visual, was released between December 21, 2007 and December 19, 2008 on DVD in regular and limited editions. The limited editions contained a bonus CD soundtrack with each DVD and a different cover artwork. The story of the OVAs follows Haruka's route, in contrast to the TV series' modified version of Mitsuki's route. Haruka Suzumiya awakens after a three-year coma. Time has deprived her of many important things, but one still remains: her love for Takayuki Narumi.

They visit various places they remember, as if to recover the time that was lost. However, there is one place they refuse to visit: the phone booth in front of the Hiiragi-cho station, where Haruka had her accident three years ago. A comedy titled Ayu Mayu Theater ( あゆまゆ劇場, Ayu Mayu Gekijō) was released from September 2006 to January 2007 on Kiminozo Radio 's homepage. The main characters are versions of Ayu and Mayu, and various other characters. Although it is technically a Kimi ga Nozomu Eien show, many characters and even a senjutsuki (type-00 Takemikazuchi, Meiya custom) from show up. The series contains many references to Muv-Luv (for example, in the second episode, Ayu uses an S-11 SDS and Haruka is turned into a 00 Unit) and the fourth episode is more a parody of. The series' main theme is 'Koi no Bakudan de Ito' ( 恋の爆弾でいと, Intended As a Love Bomb) by Uyamuya, while the song 'Carry On' by is used as an insert song.

Music Kimi ga Nozomu Eien has two pieces of: one opening theme and one ending theme. The opening theme is 'Rumbling hearts' by and the ending theme is 'Kimi ga Nozomu Eien' ( 君が望む永遠, 'The Eternity You Desire'). Four theme songs were added in subsequent releases of the game: 'Yours' by Kuribayashi for the Dreamcast port, 'Kaze no Yukue' ( 風のゆくえ, 'The Direction of the Wind') by Kuribayashi for the PlayStation 2 port, 'Blue tears' by Kuribayashi and for Kimi ga Nozomu Eien: DVD Specification, and 'Sweet Passion' by Kuribayashi for Kimi ga Nozomu Eien: Latest Edition. The ending theme 'Omoide ni Kawaru made' ( 想い出に変わるまで, 'Until It Becomes a Memory') by was added for chapter three in Latest Edition. Kimi ga Nozomu Eien: Special Fandisk features four ending themes for the first chapter: Haruka's theme is 'Hitokoto dake no Yūki' ( ひとことだけの勇気, 'If Only I Had the Courage to Say Those Words') by Kuribayashi, Mitsuki's theme is 'Silver Ring' by Ishibashi, Akane's theme is 'Innocence' by, and the theme for the normal ending is 'Rumbling Hearts' by Kuribayashi. The Kimi ga Nozomu Eien anime television series has two main theme songs: the opening theme 'Precious Memories', and the ending theme 'Hoshizora no Waltz' ( 星空のワルツ, Waltz of the Starry Sky), which are both sung by Kuribayashi.




Two additional songs by Kuribayashi were also used: 'Rumbling Hearts' as the ending theme of episode two, and 'Nemuri Hime' ( 眠り姫, Sleeping Princess) as an insert song. The ending theme for episode 14 is 'Kimi ga Nozomu Eien' by Rino.

For Kimi ga Nozomu Eien: Next Season, the opening theme is 'Next Season' and the ending theme is 'Eternity'; both songs are sung by Kuribayashi. Reception and legacy. This section needs expansion. You can help. (April 2012) On release, the video game magazine scored the Dreamcast version of the game a 31 out of 40.

The anime series was reviewed at, where reviewer Theron Martin commented that Rumbling Hearts 'proves to be an involving and compelling look at how tragedy can impact matters of the heart.' He also commented that the series' slow pacing, especially during the first two episodes, were a problem, comparing it to, although it worked better in later episodes. He also stated that the animation was not adequate, stating that 'The character artistry looks good enough to support the story and offers a wide variety of physical appearances for its female characters, but often isn't fully integrated with the backgrounds and has a not-completely-refined quality about it in many scenes.' See also: and Characters from Kimi ga Nozomu Eien can be seen in other works. Akane is the main heroine in the Kimi ga Nozomu Eien spin-off and Muv-Luv prequel. She also appears in Muv-Luv as a student in Hakuryou Hiiragi.

Several characters appear in the alternate world sequel to Muv-Luv,. Haruka, Mitsuki, and Akane are members of the special task force A-01, also known as the Isumi Valkyries, while Homura Manami is a nurse at the Yokohama base. Takayuki is also mentioned, but he was killed in action prior to the start of the game. In the epilogue, Haruka and Mitsuki can be seen walking around together near the station, Mitsuki with her pre-accident hairstyle. This suggests that the events of Kimi ga Nozomu Eien may be taken by future games to have never happened, allowing for Mitsuki and Haruka to show up as best friends in newer games as they did in Alternative. References.