History VisualNovel / CrossChannel

3rd Nov '17 9:03:21 PM Angeldeb82
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* DysfunctionJunction : It's important to remember that everyone in this has been deemed unlikely to be able to adapt to society. They ALL have something wrong with them. Except Sakuraba, who is only in the school because he requested to be transferred there [[spoiler:after falling in love with Taichi.]]

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* DysfunctionJunction : DysfunctionJunction: It's important to remember that everyone in this has been deemed unlikely to be able to adapt to society. They ALL have something wrong with them. Except Sakuraba, who is only in the school because he requested to be transferred there [[spoiler:after falling in love with Taichi.]]



* FourLoves: Considering the [[ThePowerOfLove theme of the game]], it appears often.

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* FourLoves: TheFourLoves: Considering the [[ThePowerOfLove theme of the game]], it appears often.
3rd Nov '17 9:02:10 PM Angeldeb82
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A VisualNovel created by Flying Shine in 2003. ''CROSS†CHANNEL'' is an [[{{eroge}} H-game]] for PC with a [[BleachedUnderpants clean version]] available for UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable called ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~To all people~'', a [[UpdatedRerelease newer version]] with added [=CGs=] and scenarios for the UsefulNotes/XBox360 called ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~In memory of all people~'', and a reprint edition for the PC in 2012. A translation for both the clean and H version is available from [[http://amaterasu.tindabox.net/index.php?page=downloads Amaterasu Translations]].

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A VisualNovel created by Flying Shine in 2003. ''CROSS†CHANNEL'' is an [[{{eroge}} [[{{Eroge}} H-game]] for PC with a [[BleachedUnderpants clean version]] available for UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable called ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~To all people~'', a [[UpdatedRerelease newer version]] with added [=CGs=] and scenarios for the UsefulNotes/XBox360 called ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~In memory of all people~'', and a reprint edition for the PC in 2012. A translation for both the clean and H version is available from [[http://amaterasu.tindabox.net/index.php?page=downloads Amaterasu Translations]].



* AllThereInTheManual : The bonus scenario Tower of Friends, which (sort of) answers some of the most puzzling questions of the main game via a quick MindScrew full of horror.

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* AllThereInTheManual : AllThereInTheManual: The bonus scenario Tower of Friends, which (sort of) answers some of the most puzzling questions of the main game via a quick MindScrew full of horror.



* {{Angrish}} : Touko will lapse into this if Taichi pushes her too far. You can partially blame it on her lisp.

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* {{Angrish}} : {{Angrish}}: Touko will lapse into this if Taichi pushes her too far. You can partially blame it on her lisp.



* BittersweetEnding : [[spoiler:Everyone but Taichi escapes the loop, and he's repaired his relationships with all of them and helped fix at least some of their problems. Unfortunately, he himself is stuck in the repeating world, where he rebuilds the antenna every week and broadcasts. It's implied that he may be able to get out, but it's unlikely he will due to a lack of desire to do so.]]
* BleachedUnderpants : The {{Updated Rerelease}}s of this game are all clean versions -- if you compare the old and new trailers, you can see that they even edited out the {{Panty Shot}}s. ''VideoGame/NanacaCrash'' is also a possibility.

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* BittersweetEnding : BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler:Everyone but Taichi escapes the loop, and he's repaired his relationships with all of them and helped fix at least some of their problems. Unfortunately, he himself is stuck in the repeating world, where he rebuilds the antenna every week and broadcasts. It's implied that he may be able to get out, but it's unlikely he will due to a lack of desire to do so.]]
* BleachedUnderpants : BleachedUnderpants: The {{Updated Rerelease}}s of this game are all clean versions -- if you compare the old and new trailers, you can see that they even edited out the {{Panty Shot}}s. ''VideoGame/NanacaCrash'' is also a possibility.



* BromanticFoil : Hiroshi, Tomoki, even Yutaka to an extent.

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* BromanticFoil : BromanticFoil: Hiroshi, Tomoki, even Yutaka to an extent.



* ButThouMust: When Miki attacks you , you have [[RuleOfThree three]] choices: [[PantyShot Look at her panties, Look at her panties, and Look at her panties.]]
* CallBack: Especially common in [[spoiler:the sendback routes.]] Justified due to the loop mechanics.

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* ButThouMust: When Miki attacks you , you, you have [[RuleOfThree three]] choices: [[PantyShot Look at her panties, Look at her panties, and Look at her panties.]]
* CallBack: Especially common in [[spoiler:the sendback routes.]] routes]]. Justified due to the loop mechanics.



* {{Deconstruction}} : Isn't it interesting how all these tsunderes, cuckoolanders, emotionless girls and whatnot are all living together in a community for ''those who cannot function properly in society?''
* DartboardOfHate: Except replace "darts" with "crossbow" and "dartboard" with [[spoiler:a doll of Taichi. Though in Kiri's sendback route, the doll is unscathed.]].
* DespairEventHorizon: Taichi suffers some pretty major SanitySlippage throughout the whole game, but he comes closest to this in [[spoiler:Youko's route]]. After his realization, he finally decides to truly become TheAtoner and [[spoiler:return everyone to the original world.]]
* DestructiveRomance: Taichi [[spoiler:and Touko]] used to be in this type of relationship. Taichi was basically using her as an experiment to see just how much he could break her while retaining his sanity, [[spoiler:and Touko was so desperate for love and attention that she just decided not to ''care'', [[{{Yandere}} so long as it wasn't with anyone else.]]]] And when he decided to ''break'' the relationship? [[WomanScorned Hoo boy]]...

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* {{Deconstruction}} : {{Deconstruction}}: Isn't it interesting how all these tsunderes, cuckoolanders, emotionless girls and whatnot are all living together in a community for ''those who cannot function properly in society?''
* DartboardOfHate: Except replace "darts" with "crossbow" and "dartboard" with [[spoiler:a doll of Taichi. Though in Kiri's sendback route, the doll is unscathed.]].
unscathed]].
* DespairEventHorizon: Taichi suffers some pretty major SanitySlippage throughout the whole game, but he comes closest to this in [[spoiler:Youko's route]]. After his realization, he finally decides to truly become TheAtoner and [[spoiler:return everyone to the original world.]]
world]].
* DestructiveRomance: Taichi [[spoiler:and Touko]] used to be in this type of relationship. Taichi was basically using her as an experiment to see just how much he could break her while retaining his sanity, [[spoiler:and Touko was so desperate for love and attention that she just decided not to ''care'', [[{{Yandere}} so long as it wasn't with anyone else.]]]] else]].]] And when he decided to ''break'' the relationship? [[WomanScorned Hoo boy]]...boy...]]



* DownerEnding : Not to the game itself, but some routes end poorly. [[spoiler:All of them except ''maybe'' Kiri and Miki's. And in Kiri's he comes ''really'' close to passing the MoralEventHorizon, and Miki's isn't much better.]]

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* DownerEnding : DownerEnding: Not to the game itself, but some routes end poorly. [[spoiler:All of them except ''maybe'' Kiri and Miki's. And in Kiri's he comes ''really'' close to passing the MoralEventHorizon, and Miki's isn't much better.]]



* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin : [[spoiler:Tower of Friends.]]

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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin : ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: [[spoiler:Tower of Friends.]]



** Phileos: The Broadcasting Club ([[AndZoidberg and Tomoki]]), [[ThePowerOfFriendship of course]].

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** Phileos: The Broadcasting Club ([[AndZoidberg ([[MyFriendsAndZoidberg and Tomoki]]), [[ThePowerOfFriendship of course]].



* GoldenEnding: As pointed out by Youko [[spoiler: the hundreds or thousands of times Taichi has repeated the game has resulted in countless {{bad ending}}s for Taichi and there IS no super happy ending out there. And ultimately she is proven right in the game's BittersweetEnding, where everyone but Taichi gets sent back to the real world, Taichi remains in self-imposed exile, and it's left questionable if a few people who he sends back will ever fully recover and become functional members of society. (Kiri does not fully heal, but it's enough for her to leave Gunjou.)]]

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* GoldenEnding: As pointed out by Youko [[spoiler: the hundreds or thousands of times Taichi has repeated the game has resulted in countless {{bad {{downer ending}}s for Taichi and there IS no super happy ending out there. And ultimately she is proven right in the game's BittersweetEnding, where everyone but Taichi gets sent back to the real world, Taichi remains in self-imposed exile, and it's left questionable if a few people who he sends back will ever fully recover and become functional members of society. (Kiri does not fully heal, but it's enough for her to leave Gunjou.)]]



* HyperspaceArsenal : Where Touko's Demon Harakiri Blade and Kiri's Buckmaster's Mark Point Crossbow come from. Also {{lampshaded}} by Taichi.

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* HyperspaceArsenal : HyperspaceArsenal: Where Touko's Demon Harakiri Blade and Kiri's Buckmaster's Mark Point Crossbow come from. Also {{lampshaded}} {{lampshade|Hanging}}d by Taichi.



* {{Irony}}: Despite Sakuraba being the most stable member of the group, he's also the CloudCuckoolander.

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* {{Irony}}: Despite Sakuraba being the most stable member of the group, he's also the CloudCuckoolander.{{Cloudcuckoolander}}.



* KillEmAll : Endings for some routes and bad ends.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall : During the second to last week [[spoiler:Youko points out that every one of the hundreds or maybe thousands of weeks preceding could be considered a Bad End. Taichi is not happy at the end of a single one, and he's also frequently dead. Along with the entire cast.]]

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* KillEmAll : KillEmAll: Endings for some routes and bad ends.
* LeaningOnTheFourthWall : LeaningOnTheFourthWall: During the second to last week [[spoiler:Youko points out that every one of the hundreds or maybe thousands of weeks preceding could be considered a Bad End. Taichi is not happy at the end of a single one, and he's also frequently dead. Along with the entire cast.]]



* MadnessMantra: [[spoiler:During Tower of Friends, sometimes some crosses appear in the text box, among [[InterfaceScrew other things.]]]]

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* MadnessMantra: [[spoiler:During Tower of Friends, sometimes some crosses appear in the text box, among [[InterfaceScrew other things.]]]]things]].]]



* MohsScaleOfScienceFictionHardness : Very far on the "soft" end. The game could almost be categorized as {{fantasy}}, if not for the fact that the mechanics of the GroundhogDayLoop are an important plot point and a quantum pseudoscience explanation is given for the phenomenon.
* MultipleEndings : All of which are in a sense canon! However, Youko points out that [[spoiler:not a single one has been a good ending to the week. At best he's managed to reconcile with one person, but either everyone dies (Misato/Touko's weeks), ''almost'' everyone dies (Miki), or the aforementioned reconciliation is extremely forced and messed-up (Kiri).]] There's only one 'true' ending.

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* MohsScaleOfScienceFictionHardness : MohsScaleOfScienceFictionHardness: Very far on the "soft" end. The game could almost be categorized as {{fantasy}}, if not for the fact that the mechanics of the GroundhogDayLoop are an important plot point and a quantum pseudoscience explanation is given for the phenomenon.
* MultipleEndings : MultipleEndings: All of which are in a sense canon! However, Youko points out that [[spoiler:not a single one has been a good ending to the week. At best he's managed to reconcile with one person, but either everyone dies (Misato/Touko's weeks), ''almost'' everyone dies (Miki), or the aforementioned reconciliation is extremely forced and messed-up (Kiri).]] (Kiri)]]. There's only one 'true' ending.



* PlotBasedPhotographObfuscation: To conceal [[spoiler:Youko not killing anyone at the Shinkawa mansion]], and [[spoiler:Touko impaling herself with her sword.]] Also, when Taichi describes some sort of sexual technique to Kiri, [[spoiler:the Shinkawa mansion]] flashes on screen for a second. Then you finish [[spoiler:Kiri's week]] and [[FridgeHorror something clicks in your head]].

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* ThePlan: [[spoiler: Youko nearly pulls off one in the final week, figuring out what Taichi is up to she aids him without question in sending everyone else back to the real world. Then when only the two of them remain she torches all the saved records from the hokora then captures and plans to kill his "saved" self and live forever in a perpetual loop with him as a phenomena, with his reset self none the wiser to what has happened and incapable of learning the truth. Only a brutal last minute BreakingSpeech by Taichi allows him to turn the tables and force her to leave instead.]]
* PlotBasedPhotographObfuscation: To conceal [[spoiler:Youko not killing anyone at the Shinkawa mansion]], and [[spoiler:Touko impaling herself with her sword.]] sword]]. Also, when Taichi describes some sort of sexual technique to Kiri, [[spoiler:the Shinkawa mansion]] flashes on screen for a second. Then you finish [[spoiler:Kiri's week]] and [[FridgeHorror something clicks in your head]].head]].
* ThePowerOfFriendship: The game ''revolves'' around this. It's friendship that helps the Broadcasting Club live through their problems, even if they can't exactly get over them.
* ThePowerOfLove: [[spoiler:As Taichi suffers a HeroicBSOD from being alone for so long, he draws upon the very first memory he has: his very own birth. That makes him realize that there was always at least one person in the world who would unconditionally love him, without ever asking anything in return: his mother, Nanaka.]]



* RippleEffectProofMemory : Averted. Taichi can never remember what happened in a past week, but there is the spot safe from resets at the hokora. Notebooks are stored there. [[spoiler:Near the end, Youko intends to abuse this to make Taichi forget his plan of sending everyone home, but he mentally breaks her down instead.]]

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* RippleEffectProofMemory : RippleEffectProofMemory: Averted. Taichi can never remember what happened in a past week, but there is the spot safe from resets at the hokora. Notebooks are stored there. [[spoiler:Near the end, Youko intends to abuse this to make Taichi forget his plan of sending everyone home, but he mentally breaks her down instead.]]



* RomanticTwoGirlFriendship: Kiri and Miki. Played with since [[spoiler:Kiri is using Miki as an emotional crutch, and Miki suffers from LackOfEmpathy.]] It works out well enough in the end.

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* RomanticTwoGirlFriendship: Kiri and Miki. Played with since [[spoiler:Kiri is using Miki as an emotional crutch, and Miki suffers from LackOfEmpathy.]] LackOfEmpathy]]. It works out well enough in the end.



* SanitySlippage : Everyone, but it is most obvious with Taichi. Each arc shows you a more tragic and/or crazy Taichi than the last. It's especially bad in Kiri's route, which gets rather... unpleasant. It's the route that really introduces just how messed up Taichi is, so the writers pulled no punches in making the point. [[spoiler:During the final route, you get to see a different version where Taichi uses the knowledge from the notebooks to avoid all the really disgusting scenes. While Taichi may or may not be trapped forever depending on how you look at it, he's at least sane at last.]]
* SingleIssuePsychology : Largely {{averted}} - though the concept of an "adaptation coefficient" is utterly laughable and several characters' "ultramarines" (i.e. the reason they were sent to Gunjou) are singled out, it's also implied that their "defining" neuroses are hardly their only ones, and [[CharacterDevelopment what few issues are conquered during the course of the game]] don't magically turn them into well-adjusted people overnight.

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* SanitySlippage : SanitySlippage: Everyone, but it is most obvious with Taichi. Each arc shows you a more tragic and/or crazy Taichi than the last. It's especially bad in Kiri's route, which gets rather... unpleasant. It's the route that really introduces just how messed up Taichi is, so the writers pulled no punches in making the point. [[spoiler:During the final route, you get to see a different version where Taichi uses the knowledge from the notebooks to avoid all the really disgusting scenes. While Taichi may or may not be trapped forever depending on how you look at it, he's at least sane at last.]]
* SingleIssuePsychology : SingleIssuePsychology: Largely {{averted}} {{averted|Trope}} - though the concept of an "adaptation coefficient" is utterly laughable and several characters' "ultramarines" (i.e. the reason they were sent to Gunjou) are singled out, it's also implied that their "defining" neuroses are hardly their only ones, and [[CharacterDevelopment what few issues are conquered during the course of the game]] don't magically turn them into well-adjusted people overnight.



* ThePlan: [[spoiler: Youko nearly pulls off one in the final week, figuring out what Taichi is up to she aids him without question in sending everyone else back to the real world. Then when only the two of them remain she torches all the saved records from the hokora then captures and plans to kill his "saved" self and live forever in a perpetual loop with him as a phenomena, with his reset self none the wiser to what has happened and incapable of learning the truth. Only a brutal last minute BreakingSpeech by Taichi allows him to turn the tables and force her to leave instead.]]
* ThePowerOfFriendship: The game ''revolves'' around this. It's friendship that helps the Broadcasting Club live through their problems, even if they can't exactly get over them.
* ThePowerOfLove: [[spoiler:As Taichi suffers a HeroicBSOD from being alone for so long, he draws upon the very first memory he has: his very own birth. That makes him realize that there was always at least one person in the world who would unconditionally love him, without ever asking anything in return: his mother, Nanaka.]]



* ThroughHisStomach : Indirect version. Yuusa's mom tries to get on Taichi's good side by giving him really good food for lunch and ''lots'' of it.
* TitleDrop : When the Broadcasting Club decides on the name of their channel before their first broadcast.
* TrailersAlwaysLie : [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoMnJ8qmufc As seen here]]

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* ThroughHisStomach : ThroughHisStomach: Indirect version. Yuusa's mom tries to get on Taichi's good side by giving him really good food for lunch and ''lots'' of it.
* TitleDrop : TitleDrop: When the Broadcasting Club decides on the name of their channel before their first broadcast.
* TrailersAlwaysLie : TrailersAlwaysLie: [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoMnJ8qmufc As seen here]]here.]]
13th Jun '17 8:24:05 PM nombretomado
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* PunnyName: In the UpdatedRerelease on the {{Xbox 360}}, Misato decides to call a dog "Poko-chin". Chinpoko is Japanese slang for a tiny penis...

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* PunnyName: In the UpdatedRerelease on the {{Xbox UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}, Misato decides to call a dog "Poko-chin". Chinpoko is Japanese slang for a tiny penis...



* UpdatedRerelease: ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~To all people~'' for the [=PS2=] and PSP and ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~In memory of all people~'' for the {{Xbox 360}}. Both versions include new [=CGs=] and remove the sex scenes, while ''~In memory of all people~'' includes two new scenarios.

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* UpdatedRerelease: ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~To all people~'' for the [=PS2=] and PSP and ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~In memory of all people~'' for the {{Xbox UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}. Both versions include new [=CGs=] and remove the sex scenes, while ''~In memory of all people~'' includes two new scenarios.
29th Aug '16 2:11:20 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* AmbiguousDisorder: Pretty much all of the main characters are intended to be a deconstruction of typical anime/dating sim archetypes, although no one is diagnosed with anything specific.

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* AmbiguousDisorder: Pretty much all All of the main characters are intended to be a deconstruction of typical anime/dating sim archetypes, although no one is diagnosed with anything specific.



** GoldenEnding: deconstructed as pointed out by Youko [[spoiler: the hundreds or thousands of times Taichi has repeated the game has resulted in countless {{bad ending}}s for Taichi and there IS no super happy ending out there. And ultimately she is proven right in the game's BittersweetEnding, where everyone but Taichi gets sent back to the real world, Taichi remains in self-imposed exile, and it's left questionable if a few people who he sends back will ever fully recover and become functional members of society. (Kiri does not fully heal, but it's enough for her to leave Gunjou.)]]



* GratuitousEnglish: Sakuraba gets to show off his [[InformedAbility supposed]] bilingual ability in Miki's route.



** GratuitousEnglish: Sakuraba gets to show off his [[InformedAbility supposed]] bilingual ability in Miki's route.

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** GratuitousEnglish: Sakuraba * GoldenEnding: As pointed out by Youko [[spoiler: the hundreds or thousands of times Taichi has repeated the game has resulted in countless {{bad ending}}s for Taichi and there IS no super happy ending out there. And ultimately she is proven right in the game's BittersweetEnding, where everyone but Taichi gets sent back to show off his [[InformedAbility supposed]] bilingual ability the real world, Taichi remains in Miki's route.self-imposed exile, and it's left questionable if a few people who he sends back will ever fully recover and become functional members of society. (Kiri does not fully heal, but it's enough for her to leave Gunjou.)]]



* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: Despite the rampant deconstruction of anime cliches and aversion of SingleIssuePsychology, the game ends in a largely idealistic manner.

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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: Despite the rampant deconstruction a lot of dark themes and critique of anime cliches and aversion of SingleIssuePsychology, the game ends in a largely idealistic manner.



** [[TruthInTelevision ...]]
15th Feb '16 2:38:57 PM GrammarNavi
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* UpdatedRerelease: ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~To all people~'' for the PS2 and PSP and ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~In memory of all people~'' for the {{Xbox 360}}. Both versions include new [=CGs=] and remove the sex scenes, while ''~In memory of all people~'' includes two new scenarios.

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* UpdatedRerelease: ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~To all people~'' for the PS2 [=PS2=] and PSP and ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~In memory of all people~'' for the {{Xbox 360}}. Both versions include new [=CGs=] and remove the sex scenes, while ''~In memory of all people~'' includes two new scenarios.
4th Feb '16 5:33:21 AM GrammarNavi
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A VisualNovel created by Flying Shine in 2003. ''CROSS†CHANNEL'' is an [[{{eroge}} H-game]] for PC with a [[BleachedUnderpants clean version]] available for PlayStation2 and PlaystationPortable called ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~To all people~'', a [[UpdatedRerelease newer version]] with added [=CGs=] and scenarios for the {{Xbox 360}} called ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~In memory of all people~'', and a reprint edition for the PC in 2012. A translation for both the clean and H version is available from [[http://amaterasu.tindabox.net/index.php?page=downloads Amaterasu Translations]].

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A VisualNovel created by Flying Shine in 2003. ''CROSS†CHANNEL'' is an [[{{eroge}} H-game]] for PC with a [[BleachedUnderpants clean version]] available for PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 and PlaystationPortable UsefulNotes/PlaystationPortable called ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~To all people~'', a [[UpdatedRerelease newer version]] with added [=CGs=] and scenarios for the {{Xbox 360}} UsefulNotes/XBox360 called ''CROSS†CHANNEL ~In memory of all people~'', and a reprint edition for the PC in 2012. A translation for both the clean and H version is available from [[http://amaterasu.tindabox.net/index.php?page=downloads Amaterasu Translations]].
18th Oct '15 11:55:59 AM nombretomado
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* ArtShift: When Tomoki punches Taichi in the face, there's a brief picture of the scene being shown in ''ThePowerpuffGirls'' style. Also, see FreezeFrameBonus below.

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* ArtShift: When Tomoki punches Taichi in the face, there's a brief picture of the scene being shown in ''ThePowerpuffGirls'' ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' style. Also, see FreezeFrameBonus below.
12th Apr '15 9:01:48 PM SmokedCheese
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** GoldenEnding: deconstructed as pointed out by Youko [[spoiler: the hundreds or thousands of times Taichi has repeated the game has resulted in countless {{bad ending}}s for Taichi and there IS no super happy ending out there. And ultimately she is proven right in the game's BittersweetEnding, where everyone but Taichi gets sent back to the real world, Taichi remains in self-imposed exile, and it's left questionable if a few people who he sends back will ever fully recover and become functional members of society (Kiri manages to accomplish this.)]]

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** GoldenEnding: deconstructed as pointed out by Youko [[spoiler: the hundreds or thousands of times Taichi has repeated the game has resulted in countless {{bad ending}}s for Taichi and there IS no super happy ending out there. And ultimately she is proven right in the game's BittersweetEnding, where everyone but Taichi gets sent back to the real world, Taichi remains in self-imposed exile, and it's left questionable if a few people who he sends back will ever fully recover and become functional members of society society. (Kiri manages does not fully heal, but it's enough for her to accomplish this.leave Gunjou.)]]
9th Mar '15 1:38:46 PM SmokedCheese
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* [[spoiler:EarnYourBadEnding]]: [[spoiler:The ''only'' way you can get a bad end is by failing either Kiri or Miki's sendback week ''150 times'']].
17th Jan '15 12:15:01 PM SmokedCheese
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* MultipleEndings : All of which are in a sense canon! However, Youko points out that [[spoiler:not a single one has been a good ending to the week. At best he's managed to reconcile with one person, but either everyone dies with Misato and Touko, or he does it in a bad way with Kiri or everyone dies and it was in a bad way and then the reset hit with Miki.]] There's only one 'true' ending.

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* MultipleEndings : All of which are in a sense canon! However, Youko points out that [[spoiler:not a single one has been a good ending to the week. At best he's managed to reconcile with one person, but either everyone dies with Misato and Touko, or he does it in a bad way with Kiri or (Misato/Touko's weeks), ''almost'' everyone dies (Miki), or the aforementioned reconciliation is extremely forced and it was in a bad way and then the reset hit with Miki.messed-up (Kiri).]] There's only one 'true' ending.



* PlotBasedPhotographObfuscation: To conceal [[spoiler:Youko not killing anyone at the Shinkawa mansion]], and [[spoiler:Touko stabbing herself.]] Also, when Taichi describes some sort of sexual technique to Kiri, [[spoiler:the Shinkawa mansion]] flashes on screen for a second. Then you finish [[spoiler:Kiri's week]] and [[FridgeHorror something clicks in your head]].

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* PlotBasedPhotographObfuscation: To conceal [[spoiler:Youko not killing anyone at the Shinkawa mansion]], and [[spoiler:Touko stabbing herself.impaling herself with her sword.]] Also, when Taichi describes some sort of sexual technique to Kiri, [[spoiler:the Shinkawa mansion]] flashes on screen for a second. Then you finish [[spoiler:Kiri's week]] and [[FridgeHorror something clicks in your head]].
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