History VisualNovel / MajiDeWatashiNiKoiShinasai

10th Apr '17 4:36:32 AM ShiroAkuma
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The anime aired as part of the Fall2011Anime and a sequel, ''Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! S'', was released in [[http://www.minatosoft.com/majikoi-s/index5.html January 2012]]. The sequel adds more heroines, and more scenes to the already existing heroines. A second fandisc sequel, ''Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! A'', [[http://www.minatosoft.com/majikoi-a/outline.php will be released in five parts]] featuring new heroines and after routes for Monshiro, Tsubame and Margit. A packaged version is being released in Fall of 2016, called ''A+'', which will add three mini-routes for Thelma Muller, Bushou, and Aki.

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The anime aired as part of the Fall2011Anime and a sequel, ''Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! S'', was released in [[http://www.minatosoft.com/majikoi-s/index5.html January 2012]]. The sequel adds more heroines, and more scenes to the already existing heroines. A second fandisc sequel, ''Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! A'', [[http://www.minatosoft.com/majikoi-a/outline.php will be released in five parts]] featuring new heroines and after routes for Monshiro, Tsubame and Margit. A packaged version is being named ''A+'' was released in Fall of 2016, called ''A+'', which will add and has three additional mini-routes for Thelma Muller, Bushou, and Aki.
9th Apr '17 7:51:58 PM Kervinle2500
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The anime aired as part of the Fall2011Anime and a sequel, ''Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! S'', was released in [[http://www.minatosoft.com/majikoi-s/index5.html January 2012]]. The sequel adds more heroines, and more scenes to the already existing heroines. A second fandisc sequel, ''Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! A'', [[http://www.minatosoft.com/majikoi-a/outline.php will be released in five parts]] featuring new heroines and after routes for Monshiro, Tsubame and Margit. A packaged version is being released in Fall of 2016.

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The anime aired as part of the Fall2011Anime and a sequel, ''Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! S'', was released in [[http://www.minatosoft.com/majikoi-s/index5.html January 2012]]. The sequel adds more heroines, and more scenes to the already existing heroines. A second fandisc sequel, ''Maji de Watashi ni Koi Shinasai! A'', [[http://www.minatosoft.com/majikoi-a/outline.php will be released in five parts]] featuring new heroines and after routes for Monshiro, Tsubame and Margit. A packaged version is being released in Fall of 2016.
2016, called ''A+'', which will add three mini-routes for Thelma Muller, Bushou, and Aki.
24th Feb '17 8:02:56 AM Kervinle2500
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After the success of all three games (the A fandisk being merged as a full game for packaged release), Takahiro, the series creator, clarifies that while doing other projects, they are not quite yet finished with the series.
28th Dec '16 5:14:09 PM ShiroAkuma
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* CerebusSyndrome: The games are generally lighthearted throughout, with some drama here and there, but generally have a final route muuch darker than anything before it.

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* CerebusSyndrome: The games are generally lighthearted throughout, with some drama here and there, but generally have a final route muuch much darker than anything before it.
28th Dec '16 10:32:04 AM ShiroAkuma
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** Men are about courage, bgm that was played each time Yamato or any other male character get their MomentOfAwesome.
** Sword Dance, bgm that was played each time Mayucchi get serious in her battle.
** Bushi, song that was played during the battle between Momoyo against three deva of the martial art [[spoiler: which is played when the Otome the last of four devas appears to help Mayucchi and Ageha to defeat Momoyo]]

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** Men are about courage, Are About Courage, bgm that was played each time Yamato or any other male character get their MomentOfAwesome.
** Sword Dance, bgm that was played each time Mayucchi get serious in her battle.
gets serious.
** Bushi, song that was played during the battle between Momoyo against three deva of the martial art [[spoiler: which is played when the Otome Otome, the last of four devas appears to help Mayucchi and Ageha to defeat Momoyo]]
28th Dec '16 5:58:34 AM ShiroAkuma
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* MegaCorp: The Kuki Corporation, whose ''implied'' investments [[SerialEscalation include advanced robotics, AI, airlines, refineries, hotels, real estate]],[[spoiler: even cloning]]. And all of it protected by a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors private army]] of [[NinjaMaid Ninja Maids]] and [[BattleButler Battle Butlers]] recruited from the ranks of the [[WorldOfBadass world's greatest martial artists and deadliest mercenaries]]. Its a good thing that the owning Kuki Family appears, in spite of their arrogance, to have a strong sense of public duty and a firm moral compass.

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* MegaCorp: The Kuki Corporation, whose ''implied'' investments [[SerialEscalation include advanced robotics, AI, airlines, refineries, hotels, real estate]],[[spoiler: even estate]], [[spoiler:even cloning]]. And all of it protected by a [[PrivateMilitaryContractors private army]] of [[NinjaMaid Ninja Maids]] and [[BattleButler Battle Butlers]] recruited from the ranks of the [[WorldOfBadass world's greatest martial artists and deadliest mercenaries]]. Its It's a good thing that the owning Kuki Family appears, in spite of their arrogance, to have a strong sense of public duty and a firm moral compass.
19th Dec '16 2:30:22 PM Discar
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* AManIsNotAVirgin: Kawakami [[VisualPun cherries]] swell up if picked by a virgin with the example used being Yonpachi, who is immediately the butt of jokes. That said, Stacy is embarrassed when Lee catches her picking the cherries and also having them swell up while those like Chika are too embarrassed to touch them.


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* VirginShaming: Kawakami [[VisualPun cherries]] swell up if picked by a virgin with the example used being Yonpachi, who is immediately the butt of jokes. That said, Stacy is embarrassed when Lee catches her picking the cherries and also having them swell up while those like Chika are too embarrassed to touch them.
19th Dec '16 11:21:09 AM Mr.French
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* DesignatedGirlFight: Gender-inverted. As most of the strongest warriors in the setting are female, most of the major fights are between girls. Generally, every major villain team has at least one male member for [[TheBigGuy Gakuto]] to face off against, however.
13th Dec '16 12:05:54 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Takae in the anime bears little resemblance to how she is in ''S'' and even that much is tossed away in the fandisks, which don't seem to be using the same version of her character. By A-5, she's almost completely different. Whether you want to say the anime changed her personality to make her a villain or the fandisks [[CanonImmigrant changed her]] to make her more sympathetic is probably a matter of personal opinion, however.

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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: Takae in the anime bears little resemblance to how she is in ''S'' and even that much is tossed away in the fandisks, which don't seem to be using the same version of her character. By A-5, she's almost completely different. Whether you want to say the anime changed her personality to make her a villain or the fandisks [[CanonImmigrant changed her]] to make her more sympathetic is probably a matter of personal opinion, however.opinion.



* AintNoRule
** The Kuki battle royale’s only rule is that there are no rules, so Frank Friedrich brings in a missile barrage via helicopter. [[AvertedTrope He’s immediately disqualified despite his protests because no matter what the rules are]], it’s still a four man team battle in a free for all competition, so bringing in outside assistance is cheating.
** Double subverted when it comes to Kawakami Ball. Azumi basically dopes herself up with consomme soup, but after doing it a second time they check the rules and find out that not only is there a rule about it, the rule specifically says that it's ''allowed.''



* LoopholeAbuse: In episode 12, a large group of thugs begins to march on the Prime Minister's office. There are armed soldiers outside, but they're told not to fire on unarmed civilians, despite the fact that said civilians are fist fighting them. One random thug picks up a rifle dropped by a soldier, but is immediately told to drop it, as it would then justify the JDF soldiers firing on them. So he drops it and they continue fighting against the soldiers, until Yamato and his crew show up to help, since they're not held back by the same restrictions.
* LoserProtagonist:
** Gakuto who, besides short stints with a serial sadist, fails to secure so much as a date for the duration of the game. In fact, in several of the [[WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue Where Are They Now Epilogues]], Gakuto is ''still'' getting turned down on a regular basis.
** Moro is another example, though it's much more downplayed than Gakuto. He's a weak nerd who can barely talk to girls he doesn't know, but his NiceGuy attitude and rational thinking make him less of a target for abuse than Gakuto.

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* LoopholeAbuse: LoopholeAbuse:
** The Kuki battle royale’s only rule is that there are no rules, so Frank Friedrich brings in a missile barrage via helicopter. [[DefiedTrope He’s immediately disqualified despite his protests because no matter what the rules are]], it’s still a four man team battle in a free for all competition, so bringing in outside assistance is cheating.
** Double subverted when it comes to Kawakami Ball. Azumi basically dopes herself up with consomme soup, but after doing it a second time they check the rules and find out that not only is there a rule about it, the rule specifically says that it's ''allowed.''
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In episode 12, a large group of thugs begins to march on the Prime Minister's office. There are armed soldiers outside, but they're told not to fire on unarmed civilians, despite the fact that said civilians are fist fighting them. One random thug picks up a rifle dropped by a soldier, but is immediately told to drop it, as it would then justify the JDF soldiers firing on them. So he drops it and they continue fighting against the soldiers, until Yamato and his crew show up to help, since they're not held back by the same restrictions.
* LoserProtagonist:
** Gakuto who, besides short stints with a serial sadist, fails to secure so much as a date for the duration of the game. In fact, in several of the [[WhereAreTheyNowEpilogue Where Are They Now Epilogues]], Gakuto is ''still'' getting turned down on a regular basis.
** Moro is another example, though it's much more downplayed than Gakuto. He's a weak nerd who can barely talk to girls he doesn't know, but his NiceGuy attitude and rational thinking make him less of a target for abuse than Gakuto.
restrictions.
14th Nov '16 11:05:57 AM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: Hoo boy. Just about everybody is some derivative of Badass, with the exception of some of the non-combatants. ''Some''.
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