History VisualNovel / RumblingHearts

20th Jan '16 10:05:13 AM Willbyr
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For those who seek an upbeat anime series with hijinks and the works, Kimi ga Nozuma Eien (aka Rumbling Hearts) is the complete antithesis to that genre, with the only "comedic relief" in the show being two of Takayuki's teenage co-workers, who, in all sincerity, seem grossly out of place within the framework of the cruel and melancholic plot.

This tragic and excruciatingly realistic story of decaying innocence and transient love somehow gave birth to the Muv-Luv franchise, a series of visual novels centered around mecha and [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion-style]] alien onslaught. Despite that, Rumbling Hearts has yet to be fully translated into English, despite and in part of because of being over 10 years old and considerably long.

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For those who seek an upbeat anime series with hijinks and the works, Kimi ga Nozuma Eien (aka Rumbling Hearts) ''Rumbling Hearts'' is the complete antithesis to that genre, with the only "comedic relief" in the show being two of Takayuki's teenage co-workers, who, in all sincerity, seem grossly out of place within the framework of the cruel and melancholic plot.

This tragic and excruciatingly realistic story of decaying innocence and transient love somehow gave birth to the Muv-Luv Franchise/MuvLuv franchise, a series of visual novels centered around mecha and [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion-style]] alien onslaught. Despite that, Rumbling Hearts ''Rumbling Hearts'' has yet to be fully translated into English, despite and in part of because of being over 10 years old and considerably long.



* MarketBasedTitle: ''RumblingHearts'' is the official title for the North American release of the anime, and also the title of the opening theme for the original visual novel. The Japanese name for the series is ''KimiGaNozomuEien'' (The Eternity You Desire).

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* MarketBasedTitle: ''RumblingHearts'' ''Rumbling Hearts'' is the official title for the North American release of the anime, and also the title of the opening theme for the original visual novel. The Japanese name for the series is ''KimiGaNozomuEien'' ''Kimi ga Nozomu Eien'' (The Eternity You Desire).
7th Jan '16 10:23:25 AM tenuousbreaker
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Much like what the earlier paragraph mentioned, this tragic and excruciatingly realistic story of decaying innocence and transient love somehow gave birth to the Muv-Luv franchise, a series of visual novels centered around mecha and [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion-style]] alien onslaught that is perhaps the biggest "Jump the Shark" moment in a given medium ever. Furthermore, the original visual novel, in contrast to many of its quasi-sequels of the aforementioned Muv-Lov series, has yet to be fully translated into English (despite being over 10 years old), partially due to its length and the fatalistic attitudes resonating throughout the VN-localization community regarding the matter.

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Much like what the earlier paragraph mentioned, this This tragic and excruciatingly realistic story of decaying innocence and transient love somehow gave birth to the Muv-Luv franchise, a series of visual novels centered around mecha and [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion-style]] alien onslaught that is perhaps the biggest "Jump the Shark" moment in a given medium ever. Furthermore, the original visual novel, in contrast to many of its quasi-sequels of the aforementioned Muv-Lov series, onslaught. Despite that, Rumbling Hearts has yet to be fully translated into English (despite English, despite and in part of because of being over 10 years old), partially due to its length old and the fatalistic attitudes resonating throughout the VN-localization community regarding the matter.
considerably long.
8th Oct '15 12:14:25 PM VenomLancerHae
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* NamesToKnowInAnime: Though these are not one to make their names instantly known, you'll hear Creator/KisshoTaniyama as Takayuki and Creator/ChiakiTakahashi as Mitsuki (although [[FanNickname Chiaking]] used the pseudonym 'Tomoko Ishibashi' here)
** And there's also Creator/KaoriMizuhashi (better known this day as [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Mami Tomoe]]) as Akane.
** Creator/MinamiKuribayashi, besides singing the OP and ED themes, also voiced Haruka.



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14th Sep '15 8:40:08 PM MechWarrior
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* TheCameo[=/=]MarthDebutedInSmashBros: The adaptation has the first animated appearances of Yayoi Isumi (Takayuki's landlady, originally from age's debut title ''Kimi Ga Ita Kisetsu'') and Chizuru Sakaki (Akane's rival and best friend, originally from the quasi-sequel ''MuvLuv'').

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* TheCameo[=/=]MarthDebutedInSmashBros: The adaptation has the first animated appearances of Yayoi Isumi (Takayuki's landlady, originally from age's debut title ''Kimi Ga Ita Kisetsu'') and Chizuru Sakaki (Akane's rival and best friend, originally from the quasi-sequel ''MuvLuv'').''Franchise/MuvLuv'').
14th Sep '15 8:38:05 PM MechWarrior
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* RunningGag: Haruka getting involved in a vehicle accident carries over to age's other works like MuvLuvAlternative and Ayu-Mayu Theater.

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* RunningGag: Haruka getting involved in a vehicle accident carries over to age's other works like MuvLuvAlternative VisualNovel/MuvLuvAlternative and Ayu-Mayu Theater.
19th Jun '15 8:52:32 PM nombretomado
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** And there's also KaoriMizuhashi (better known this day as [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Mami Tomoe]]) as Akane.

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** And there's also KaoriMizuhashi Creator/KaoriMizuhashi (better known this day as [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Mami Tomoe]]) as Akane.
16th May '15 2:59:15 AM SeptimusHeap
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** MinamiKuribayashi, besides singing the OP and ED themes, also voiced Haruka.

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** MinamiKuribayashi, Creator/MinamiKuribayashi, besides singing the OP and ED themes, also voiced Haruka.
13th May '15 1:30:00 PM Willbyr
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Guy dates girl. Girl gets in a car accident and is left in a coma, the girl's best friend eventually gets guy to get over his own misery then starts going out with him herself. Girl ''finally'' wakes up from coma after [[ArcWords three years]], drama ensues. Has a sequel of sorts in the form of the ''Franchise/MuvLuv'' series.

Kimi ga Nozuma Eien (君が望む永遠, lit. The Eternity You Desire), also known in the Anglo-phonic world as Rumbling Hearts, is a visual novel and anime series that depicts an abrupt and tumultuous transition from an idyllic lifestyle to that of unadulterated sorrow and tragedy.

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The death and mutilation of innocence. A synopsis.]]

Guy dates girl. Girl gets in a car accident and is left in a coma, the girl's coma. Girl's best friend eventually gets guy to get over his own misery then starts going out with him herself. Girl ''finally'' wakes up from coma after [[ArcWords three years]], drama years]]. Drama ensues. Has a sequel of sorts in the form of the ''Franchise/MuvLuv'' series.

Kimi ''Kimi ga Nozuma Eien Eien'' (君が望む永遠, lit. The Eternity You Desire), also known in the Anglo-phonic world as Rumbling Hearts, ''Rumbling Hearts'', is a visual novel and anime series that depicts an abrupt and tumultuous transition from an idyllic lifestyle to that of unadulterated sorrow and tragedy.



Much like what the earlier paragraph mentioned, this tragic and excruciatingly realistic story of decaying innocence and transient love somehow gave birth to the Muv-Luv franchise, a series of visual novels centered around mecha and [[NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion-style]] alien onslaught that is perhaps the biggest "Jump the Shark" moment in a given medium ever. Furthermore, the original visual novel, in contrast to many of its quasi-sequels of the aforementioned Muv-Lov series, has yet to be fully translated into English (despite being over 10 years old), partially due to its length and the fatalistic attitudes resonating throughout the VN-localization community regarding the matter.

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Much like what the earlier paragraph mentioned, this tragic and excruciatingly realistic story of decaying innocence and transient love somehow gave birth to the Muv-Luv franchise, a series of visual novels centered around mecha and [[NeonGenesisEvangelion [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion-style]] alien onslaught that is perhaps the biggest "Jump the Shark" moment in a given medium ever. Furthermore, the original visual novel, in contrast to many of its quasi-sequels of the aforementioned Muv-Lov series, has yet to be fully translated into English (despite being over 10 years old), partially due to its length and the fatalistic attitudes resonating throughout the VN-localization community regarding the matter.
22nd Jul '14 2:43:06 PM HashiriyaR32
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Kimi ga Nozuma Eien (君が望む永遠, lit. The Eternity You Desire), also known in the Anglo-phonic world as Rumbling Hearts, is a visual novel and anime series that depicts an abrupt and tumultuous transition from an idyllic lifestyle to that of unadulterated sorrow and tragedy. Released in 2001 as a visual novel, it was later picked up and turned into a 14-episode anime series that was initially broadcasted from October 2003 to January 2004. In both manifestations, the protagonist, a third year high school student by the name of Takayuki Narumi, begins dating fellow classmate and introvert Haruka Suzumiya after much convincing from their mutual friend, Mitsuki Hayase, a talented swimmer who secretly harbors her own feelings toward Takayuki but attempts to suppress them in favor of her insecure and timid friend's happiness. Things seem to go blissfully well for the couple until wholly unanticipated disaster, in the form of a severe car accident, renders Haruka comatose and Takayuki guilty and psychologically decimated. Shortly thereafter, Takayuki's life proceeds to deteriorate at a rapid rate, eventually stifled by the personal intervention of Mitsuki Hayase, who definitively discards her promising career as a nationally-renowned swimmer to help Takayuki recover from his PTSD. Eventually, things return to a relatively balanced state, with both Takayuki and Mitsuki having become lovers and having largely transcended the drama surrounding the comatose Haruka from earlier (though through a somewhat shameless repression of her memory). However, once Haruka wakes from her coma after three years of purgatorial slumber, the bittersweet life that both Takayuki and Mitsuki mutually built for themselves, like its more effervescent predecessor, swiftly crumbles. For those who seek an upbeat anime series with hijinks and the works, Kimi ga Nozuma Eien (aka Rumbling Hearts) is the complete antithesis to that genre, with the only "comedic relief" in the show being two of Takayuki's teenage co-workers, who, in all sincerity, seem grossly out of place within the framework of the cruel and melancholic plot. Much like what the earlier paragraph mentioned, this tragic and excruciatingly realistic story of decaying innocence and transient love somehow gave birth to the Muv-Luv franchise, a series of visual novels centered around mecha and [[NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion-style]] alien onslaught that is perhaps the biggest "Jump the Shark" moment in a given medium ever. Furthermore, the original visual novel, in contrast to many of its quasi-sequels of the aforementioned Muv-Lov series, has yet to be fully translated into English (despite being over 10 years old), partially due to its length and the fatalistic attitudes resonating throughout the VN-localization community regarding the matter.

to:

Kimi ga Nozuma Eien (君が望む永遠, lit. The Eternity You Desire), also known in the Anglo-phonic world as Rumbling Hearts, is a visual novel and anime series that depicts an abrupt and tumultuous transition from an idyllic lifestyle to that of unadulterated sorrow and tragedy.

Released in 2001 as a visual novel, it was later picked up and turned into a 14-episode anime series that was initially broadcasted from October 2003 to January 2004. In both manifestations, the protagonist, a third year high school student by the name of Takayuki Narumi, begins dating fellow classmate and introvert Haruka Suzumiya after much convincing from their mutual friend, Mitsuki Hayase, a talented swimmer who secretly harbors her own feelings toward Takayuki but attempts to suppress them in favor of her insecure and timid friend's happiness. Things seem to go blissfully well for the couple until wholly unanticipated disaster, in the form of a severe car accident, renders Haruka comatose and Takayuki guilty and psychologically decimated. Shortly thereafter, Takayuki's life proceeds to deteriorate at a rapid rate, eventually stifled by the personal intervention of Mitsuki Hayase, who definitively discards her promising career as a nationally-renowned swimmer to help Takayuki recover from his PTSD. Eventually, things return to a relatively balanced state, with both Takayuki and Mitsuki having become lovers and having largely transcended the drama surrounding the comatose Haruka from earlier (though through a somewhat shameless repression of her memory). However, once Haruka wakes from her coma after three years of purgatorial slumber, the bittersweet life that both Takayuki and Mitsuki mutually built for themselves, like its more effervescent predecessor, swiftly crumbles.

For those who seek an upbeat anime series with hijinks and the works, Kimi ga Nozuma Eien (aka Rumbling Hearts) is the complete antithesis to that genre, with the only "comedic relief" in the show being two of Takayuki's teenage co-workers, who, in all sincerity, seem grossly out of place within the framework of the cruel and melancholic plot. plot.

Much like what the earlier paragraph mentioned, this tragic and excruciatingly realistic story of decaying innocence and transient love somehow gave birth to the Muv-Luv franchise, a series of visual novels centered around mecha and [[NeonGenesisEvangelion Evangelion-style]] alien onslaught that is perhaps the biggest "Jump the Shark" moment in a given medium ever. Furthermore, the original visual novel, in contrast to many of its quasi-sequels of the aforementioned Muv-Lov series, has yet to be fully translated into English (despite being over 10 years old), partially due to its length and the fatalistic attitudes resonating throughout the VN-localization community regarding the matter.
14th Jul '14 7:58:57 PM Seraphine
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