History VideoGame / KiniroNoCorda

9th Apr '14 9:53:17 AM allboyband
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The series proved succesful and spawned various sequels: the first two ones feature Kahoko, but ''Kiniro no Corda 3'' takes place 8 years after the first game's timeline, featuring a new protagonist joining Seisou High School: Kanade Kohinata, as well as a new set of guys (but with the old ones doing cameos) The latter one has been greenlighted for an anime series.

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The series proved succesful and spawned various sequels: the first two ones feature Kahoko, but ''Kiniro no Corda 3'' takes place 8 years after the first game's timeline, featuring a new protagonist joining Seisou High School: Kanade Kohinata, as well as a new set of guys (but with the old ones doing cameos) The latter one [[Spring2014Anime has been greenlighted for an anime series.]]
18th Dec '13 6:34:10 PM ThAlEdison
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* SchoolIdol: Azuma Yunoki
29th Sep '13 7:54:13 AM Mellodia
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The series proved succesful and spawned various sequels: the first two ones feature Kahoko, but ''Kiniro no Corda 3'' takes place 8 years after the first game's timeline, featuring a new protagonist joining Seisou High School: Kanade Kohinata, as well as a new set of guys (but with the old ones doing cameos) The latter one has been greenlighted for an anime series.
26th Jan '13 5:53:39 AM Catbert
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Also known as ''[[VideoGame/LaCordaDOro'' (the golden string), ''Kin'iro no Corda'' is an OtomeGame with a {{manga}} and {{anime}} adaptation. The [[AnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] gives a face to the [[NoNameGiven nameless protagonist]] in the form of Hino Kahoko, an [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent ordinary high school student]] who was given a [[MacGuffin magical violin]] by [[FairyCompanion Lily]], the spirit of the school.

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Also known as ''[[VideoGame/LaCordaDOro'' ''La Corda d'Oro'' (the golden string), ''Kin'iro no Corda'' is an OtomeGame with a {{manga}} and {{anime}} adaptation. The [[AnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] gives a face to the [[NoNameGiven nameless protagonist]] in the form of Hino Kahoko, an [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent ordinary high school student]] who was given a [[MacGuffin magical violin]] by [[FairyCompanion Lily]], the spirit of the school.
26th Jan '13 5:53:04 AM Catbert
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Also known as ''La Corda d'Oro'' (the golden string), ''Kin'iro no Corda'' is an OtomeGame with a {{manga}} and {{anime}} adaptation. The [[AnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] gives a face to the [[NoNameGiven nameless protagonist]] in the form of Hino Kahoko, an [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent ordinary high school student]] who was given a [[MacGuffin magical violin]] by [[FairyCompanion Lily]], the spirit of the school.

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Also known as ''La Corda d'Oro'' ''[[VideoGame/LaCordaDOro'' (the golden string), ''Kin'iro no Corda'' is an OtomeGame with a {{manga}} and {{anime}} adaptation. The [[AnimeOfTheGame anime adaptation]] gives a face to the [[NoNameGiven nameless protagonist]] in the form of Hino Kahoko, an [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent ordinary high school student]] who was given a [[MacGuffin magical violin]] by [[FairyCompanion Lily]], the spirit of the school.
13th Jan '13 6:08:08 AM Catbert
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Hihara and Yunoki.
11th Mar '12 1:32:24 PM Myra
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* CloserToEarth: Hino.
4th Jan '12 4:33:13 PM Otterbeans
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* ThemeNaming: The characters all have kanji in their last names that refer to the days of the week. Hino has the "sun" character from Sunday, Tsukimori has the "moon" character from Monday, Hihara "fire" from Tuesday, Shimizu "water" from Wednesday, Yunoki "tree" from Thursday, Kanaya "gold" from Friday, and Tsuchiura "earth" from Saturday. Of course, by the time they added Kaji and Etou to the cast, they had run out of days to work with...

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* ThemeNaming: The main characters all have kanji in their last names that refer to the days of the week. Hino has the "sun" character from Sunday, Tsukimori has the "moon" character from Monday, Hihara "fire" from Tuesday, Shimizu "water" from Wednesday, Yunoki "tree" from Thursday, Kanaya "gold" from Friday, and Tsuchiura "earth" from Saturday. Of course, by the time they added Kaji and Etou to the cast, they had run out of days to work with...
4th Jan '12 4:26:46 PM Otterbeans
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* ThemeNaming: The characters all have kanji in their last names that refer to the days of the week. Hino has the "sun" character from Sunday, Tsukimori has the "moon" character from Monday, Hihara "fire" from Tuesday, Shimizu "water" from Wednesday, Yunoki "tree" from Thursday, Kanaya "gold" from Friday, and Tsuchiura "earth" from Saturday. Of course, by the time they added Aoi and Etou to the cast, they had run out of days to work with...

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* ThemeNaming: The characters all have kanji in their last names that refer to the days of the week. Hino has the "sun" character from Sunday, Tsukimori has the "moon" character from Monday, Hihara "fire" from Tuesday, Shimizu "water" from Wednesday, Yunoki "tree" from Thursday, Kanaya "gold" from Friday, and Tsuchiura "earth" from Saturday. Of course, by the time they added Aoi Kaji and Etou to the cast, they had run out of days to work with...
4th Jan '12 4:25:55 PM Otterbeans
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* ThemeNaming: The characters all have kanji in their last names that refer to the days of the week. Hino has the "sun" character from Sunday, Tsukimori has the "moon" character from Monday, Hihara "fire" from Tuesday, Shimizu "water" from Wednesday, Yunoki "tree" from Thursday, Kanaya "gold" from Friday, and Tsuchiura "earth" from Saturday. Of course, by the time they added Aoi and Etou to the cast, they had run out of days to work with...
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