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7th Apr '16 4:38:42 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice
** Perhaps due to Romeo Tanaka's influence, this game shares several voice actors with Yume Miru Kusuri, such as Michihiko Hagi (who voices Hinata in I/O and Takeshi in YMK), Ryoko Tanaka (who voices Sakuya in I/O and Mizuki in YMK), and Kayo Nagata (who voices Mutsuki in I/O and Nekoko in YMK). Incidentally, the two games were released a month apart from each other.
*** Hinata is also [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Ike]].



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15th Feb '16 3:15:54 PM GrammarNavi
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* MatrixRainingCode: Heavily featured in the OP. In the original PS2 version, it was colored green, but in the PC version, it was recolored blue.

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* MatrixRainingCode: Heavily featured in the OP. In the original PS2 [=PS2=] version, it was colored green, but in the PC version, it was recolored blue.
4th Feb '16 5:36:37 AM GrammarNavi
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The game was originally released on the PlayStation2 in 2006, but was given an UpdatedRerelease on the PC two years later, with new [=CGs=] and slightly updated artwork (as well as giving sprites to many characters who didn't have any in the original).

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The game was originally released on the PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 in 2006, but was given an UpdatedRerelease on the PC two years later, with new [=CGs=] and slightly updated artwork (as well as giving sprites to many characters who didn't have any in the original).
20th Jan '16 6:03:43 PM Adept
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Also known as ''I/O''. This is the first original game by the company Regista, founded by Takumi Nakazawa of the ''Infinity'' series (''VisualNovel/{{Never7}}'', ''VisualNovel/{{Ever17}}'', and ''VisualNovel/{{Remember11}}'') fame, and a collaboration between Nakazawa and Romeo Tanaka (of ''CrossChannel'', ''VisualNovel/KanaLittleSister'' and ''Yume Miru Kusuri'' fame).

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Also known as ''I/O''. This is the first original game by the company Regista, founded by Takumi Nakazawa of the ''Infinity'' series (''VisualNovel/{{Never7}}'', ''VisualNovel/{{Ever17}}'', and ''VisualNovel/{{Remember11}}'') fame, and a collaboration between Nakazawa and Romeo Tanaka (of ''CrossChannel'', ''VisualNovel/CrossChannel'', ''VisualNovel/KanaLittleSister'' and ''Yume Miru Kusuri'' fame).
21st Oct '15 10:26:14 AM Willbyr
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Also known as ''I/O''. This is the first original game by the company Regista, founded by Takumi Nakazawa of the ''Infinity'' series (''VisualNovel/{{Never7}}'', ''VisualNovel/{{Ever17}}'', and ''VisualNovel/{{Remember11}}'') fame, and a collaboration between Nakazawa and Romeo Tanaka (of ''CrossChannel'', ''KanaLittleSister'' and ''Yume Miru Kusuri'' fame).

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Also known as ''I/O''. This is the first original game by the company Regista, founded by Takumi Nakazawa of the ''Infinity'' series (''VisualNovel/{{Never7}}'', ''VisualNovel/{{Ever17}}'', and ''VisualNovel/{{Remember11}}'') fame, and a collaboration between Nakazawa and Romeo Tanaka (of ''CrossChannel'', ''KanaLittleSister'' ''VisualNovel/KanaLittleSister'' and ''Yume Miru Kusuri'' fame).
17th Aug '15 2:11:05 PM Willbyr
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29th Jun '15 2:37:44 PM holyheart
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** [[spoiler:Route E' ends with Nabu committing genocide in order to create a space where both the cyber and the real world are both merged. Both Sakuya and Mutsuki disappear in this ending, so in order to get them back all the characters' consciousnesses fuse together in order to create Dilmun, or paradise.]]

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** [[spoiler:Route E' ends with Nabu committing genocide in order to create a space where both the cyber and the real world are both merged. Both Sakuya and Mutsuki disappear in this ending, so in order to get them back all the characters' consciousnesses fuse together in order to create Dilmun, or paradise.]]
29th Jun '15 2:31:30 PM holyheart
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** [[spoiler:Route B' ends with Kosuke, Masami and Tammuz being gunned down, before disintegrating into data. Ishtar, Magdalene, Yumi's father and Hinata's father are also erased permanently, due to the meltdown of the quantum computers. HE is erased as well. Sakyua is also erased, partly due to her superposed state with Mutsuki, but also partly due to the fact that she was a being who originated from cyberspace (Nabu downloading her data and resurrecting her). The only surviving characters after this are Yayoi, Ningirisu, Hinata and Mayumi.]]
** [[spoiler:In route A', Mutsuki disappears due to her superposed state with Sakuya. The other characters' fates are unknown.]]
** [[spoiler:Route E' ends with Nabu committing genocide in order to create a space where both the cyber and the real world are both merged. Both Sakuya and Mutsuki disappear in this ending, so in order to get them back all the characters' consciousnesses fuse together in order to create Dilmun, or paradise.]]
** [[spoiler:The 'bad future' which causes routes C and D.]]
18th Apr '15 8:20:26 PM nombretomado
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* {{Expy}}: WordOfGod says that Ishtar and Enlil's costume/character designs were inspired by Julia and Vicious from CowboyBebop, whereas "HE"'s outfit was inspired by Neo's from TheMatrix.

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* {{Expy}}: WordOfGod says that Ishtar and Enlil's costume/character designs were inspired by Julia and Vicious from CowboyBebop, ''Anime/CowboyBebop'', whereas "HE"'s outfit was inspired by Neo's from TheMatrix.
25th Mar '15 9:19:09 PM jormis29
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* MesopotamianMythology- A major theme in the game, with characters, locations, and terms being named after Babylonian and Assyrian mythological terms.

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* MesopotamianMythology- Myth/MesopotamianMythology- A major theme in the game, with characters, locations, and terms being named after Babylonian and Assyrian mythological terms.
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