History VisualNovel / UtaNoPrinceSama

29th Dec '16 10:02:24 PM CoquetteBlossom
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** As of the fourth season, Jii has gotten a couple cameos.



* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Haruka, in the case the player pursues Ren, Natsuki as his Satsuki persona or Ranmaru.

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* AllGirlsWantBadBoys: Haruka, in the case the player pursues Ren, Ranmaru, [[spoiler: or Natsuki as in his Satsuki persona or Ranmaru.persona.]]



* AlwaysIdenticalTwins: Syo has one, though he only appears in the games. Also Hayato and Tokiya. [[spoiler: Well, not really.]]

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* AlwaysIdenticalTwins: Syo has one, Kaoru, though he only appears in the games. Also Hayato and Tokiya. [[spoiler: Well, not really.]]



* AmazingFreakingGrace: [[spoiler: Tokiya and the children at the hospital sing this.]]

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** In the games, Natsuki was this for Syo since early childhood.
** Apparently, this seems to be the source for Yamato's bitterness towards his older brother Ryuya.
* AmazingFreakingGrace: [[spoiler: Tokiya and the children at the hospital sing this.]]



** Apparently seems to be the case with HE☆VENS, starring prominently in the fourth season and getting official game-style art.



* BlackSheep: ''Debut'' is considered the worst game of the franchise by some fans, since it focuses more on the senpai and the boys' character development instead of their romance with the heroine, and it's generally more angsty than the previous games. This is also why it's the only main game with no fandisc, and why ''All Star'' focuses on the seniors' routes instead.

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* BlackSheep: ''Debut'' is considered the worst game of the franchise by some fans, since it focuses more on the senpai (by then antagonistic in nature) and the boys' character development instead of their romance with the heroine, and it's generally more angsty than the previous games. This is also why it's the only main game with no fandisc, and why ''All Star'' focuses on the seniors' routes instead.



** The Silk Queen from Camus' route gets a cameo as a statue in the fourth season.



* CastFullOfPrettyBoys: Complete with a trap.

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* CastFullOfPrettyBoys: Complete with a trap.As expecte of an otome.



* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Masato and Tokiya in the anime, and Otoya in general.

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* CurtainsMatchTheWindow: Masato Masato, Tokiya, Nagi and Tokiya Van in the anime, and Otoya in general.



* CustomUniformOfSexy: Ren wears the average uniform without the blazer and with his shirt open.

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* CustomUniformOfSexy: In the first season Ren wears the Saotome Academy average uniform without the blazer and with his shirt open.



** Now that they've gotten new members, HEAVENS fits as well.
-->'''H'''yuga Yamato
-->'''E'''iji Ootori
-->'''A'''makusa Shion
-->'''V'''an Kiryuin
-->'''E'''iichi Ootori
-->'''N'''agi Mikado
-->'''S'''umeragi Kira



* IdolSinger: Tomochika and the guys' main goal is to become one. Anime season 2 focuses on the non-singing aspects of idolhood: Masato and Syô show off their talents as actors, Ren and Natsuki get to model.

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* IdolSinger: Tomochika and the guys' main goal is to become one. Anime After the first season 2 focuses the anime shows some focus on the non-singing aspects of idolhood: Masato idolhood, including modelling, acting and Syô show off their talents as actors, Ren and Natsuki get to model.recording ads.



* InSeriesNickname: Tomochika is called "Tomo" by Haruka and some classmates and Masato is called "Masa" by Otoya and "Masayan" by Tomochika. Ren has nicknames for almost the whole cast: surname derivations "Ikki", "Icchi" and "Shinomii" for Otoya, Tokiya and Natsuki respectively, "Ochibi-chan" (something along the lines of "Lil' Cutie") for Syo, and "Ceci" for Cecil. In the anime he calls Haruka "Kohitsuji-chan" ("Little Lamb") while in the game he uses either "Lady" or "Honey" further along in his route.
* InsertSong: Once every episode, if not more. Yes, even if the episode is all about Ren's family issues and a modeling gig.
* LimitedWardrobe: The HE★VENS members are seen with only one outfit through the series. They don't change clothes for their performance either.

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* InSeriesNickname: Tomochika is called "Tomo" by Haruka and some classmates and Masato is called "Masa" by Otoya and "Masayan" by Tomochika.
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Ren has nicknames for almost the whole cast: surname derivations "Ikki", "Icchi" and "Shinomii" for Otoya, Tokiya and Natsuki respectively, "Ochibi-chan" (something along the lines of "Lil' Cutie") for Syo, and "Ceci" for Cecil. In the anime he calls Haruka "Kohitsuji-chan" ("Little Lamb") while in the game he uses either "Lady" or "Honey" further along in his route.
** Reiji is also fond of giving nicknames and has a custom one for almost every cast member, a highlight being ''Myu-chan'' for Camus.
** Van was quick to call Haru "Ha-chan" as well.
* InsertSong: Once every episode, if not more. Yes, even if More often than not, performing said song is the episode is all about Ren's family issues and a modeling gig.
climax of the episode.
* LimitedWardrobe: The HE★VENS members are seen with only one outfit through the series. They don't 2nd season, and they didn't change clothes for their performance either.either. Thankfully this issue is solved during the 4th season.



** ST★RISH and HE★VENS, the two boy bands of the anime. Explained in ST★RISH's case, [[spoiler: as it turns out the star was just a place holder for Cecil's A.]]

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** ST★RISH and HE★VENS, the two boy bands of the anime. Explained in ST★RISH's case, [[spoiler: as it turns out the star was just a place holder for Cecil's A.]]HE★VENS.



* MagicalRealism: The series follows a rather faithful description of the idol business... if you don't count the whole magic issues with Cecil and the reactions to ST★RISH's performances in the anime.

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* MagicalRealism: The series games are filled to the brim with this, as Saotome is capable of ''stealing the Statue of Liberty'' and Natsuki is able to split the ground and summon lighting [[spoiler: whenever Satsuki appears,]] not to mention Cecil and Camus' magical powers. The anime tones it down a lot more and follows a rather faithful description of the idol business... if you don't count the whole business, except some casual highlights to Cecil's magic issues with Cecil and the reactions to ST★RISH's performances in the anime.performances.



** Also Haruka and the seniors in ''All Star'''s promotional art. Reiji in the anime also follows this trope, in the games he only wears hats in idol wear.

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**Reiji in the anime also follows this trope, in the games he only wears hats in idol wear.
** Also Haruka and the seniors in ''All Star'''s promotional art. Reiji in the anime also follows this trope, in the games he only wears hats in idol wear.



* TheQuietOne: Masato and Tokiya.
** Also Kira from HE★VENS, but he's an extreme example.

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* TheQuietOne: Kira Sumeragi is the most prominent case. Masato and Tokiya.
** Also Kira from HE★VENS, but he's an extreme example.
Tokiya are minor examples.



* RhythmGame: Present in all of the games. There're also two stand-alone rhythm games ''Uta no Prince-sama MUSIC'' and ''MUSIC 2'', which feature the songs from the games and the anime.

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* RhythmGame: Present in all of the games. There're also two thre stand-alone rhythm games ''Uta no Prince-sama MUSIC'' MUSIC'', ''MUSIC 2'' and ''MUSIC 2'', 3'', which feature the songs from the games and the anime.



* SoapOperaDisease: In the anime, Haruka claims to have had this when she was a child. Symptoms include fainting spells when stressed and maybe her oddly colored eyes.

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* SoapOperaDisease: In the anime, Haruka claims to have had this when she was a child. Symptoms include fainting spells when stressed and maybe her oddly colored eyes.stressed.



* TwoTeacherSchool: Outside of Hyuga and Ringo we don't see any other teachers.

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** In the fourth season, Shining Saotome affirms that ST☆RISH, QUARTET★NIGHT and HE☆VENS are all ''Legend Stars''.
* TwoTeacherSchool: Outside of Hyuga and Ringo we don't see any other teachers.teachers, though in the first videogame several of them are mentioned.



* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Everyone in the main cast has super colourful hair, except for Shining Saotome, Ryuuya Hyuuga, the HE★VENS' members, Camus, Reiji and Cecil. After them, Natsuki and Syo's bright yellows are the most natural.

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* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Everyone in the main cast has super colourful hair, except for Shining Saotome, Ryuuya Hyuuga, the HE★VENS' members, Camus, Reiji and Cecil. After them, Natsuki and Syo's bright yellows are the most natural.
9th Oct '16 7:44:10 AM Momo20
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.* HotForStudent: Ryuuya and Ringo are playable characters in ''Sweet Serenade'' and ''All Star''.

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.* HotForStudent: Ryuuya and Ringo are playable characters in ''Sweet Serenade'' and ''All Star''.
8th Oct '16 8:58:33 PM Momo20
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* HotForStudent: Ryuuya and Ringo are playable characters in ''Sweet Serenade'' and ''All Star''.

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**[[PunctuatedForEmphasis BANANA. IS. PERFECT!]]
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* HotForStudent: Ryuuya and Ringo are playable characters in ''Sweet Serenade'' and ''All Star''.
5th Jul '16 5:50:58 AM KurosakiMaya
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* '''Uta no Prince-sama Shining Live''': A RhythmGame in development for iOS and Android systems, developed in cooperation with [=KLab=] (makers of ''LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival''.
** '''Uta no Prince-sama Dolce Vita''', which will suppose the franchise's transition to Playstation Vita.

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* '''Uta no Prince-sama Shining Live''': A RhythmGame in development for iOS and Android systems, developed in cooperation with [=KLab=] (makers of ''LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival''.
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''LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival'')
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'''Uta no Prince-sama Dolce Vita''', which will suppose the franchise's transition to Playstation Vita.
24th Jun '16 2:10:18 AM KurosakiMaya
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* An untitled new installment, which will suppose the franchise's transition to Playstation Vita.

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* An untitled new installment, ** '''Uta no Prince-sama Dolce Vita''', which will suppose the franchise's transition to Playstation Vita.
27th May '16 5:23:51 PM nombretomado
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** ''Uta no Prince-sama Repeat'': A 2011 remake of the original game, released almost at the same time as the anime adaptation. Mainly fixed the graphics and added a few more new scenarios. Scheduled for a PlaystationVita port.

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** ''Uta no Prince-sama Repeat'': A 2011 remake of the original game, released almost at the same time as the anime adaptation. Mainly fixed the graphics and added a few more new scenarios. Scheduled for a PlaystationVita UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita port.



* An untitled new installment, which will suppose the franchise's transition to PlaystationVita.

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* An untitled new installment, which will suppose the franchise's transition to PlaystationVita.
Playstation Vita.
24th May '16 3:14:31 AM KurosakiMaya
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* ''Uta no Prince-sama Shining Live'': A MobileRhythmGame in development for iOS and Android systems, developed in cooperation with [=KLab=] (makers of ''LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival''.

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* ''Uta '''Uta no Prince-sama Shining Live'': Live''': A MobileRhythmGame RhythmGame in development for iOS and Android systems, developed in cooperation with [=KLab=] (makers of ''LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival''.



* ImpossibleTask: In the game, Shining forces the boys to pass through this. Each one has a different task: Otoya has to climb the school building (consider he's [[PrimalFear afraid of heights), Tokiya has to fight Shining ''during 24 hours''...

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* ImpossibleTask: In the game, Shining forces the boys to pass through this. Each one has a different task: Otoya has to climb the school building (consider he's [[PrimalFear afraid of heights), heights]]), Tokiya has to fight Shining ''during 24 hours''...
14th May '16 1:12:01 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* An untitled new installment, which will suppose the franchise's transition to PSVita.

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* An untitled new installment, which will suppose the franchise's transition to PSVita.
PlaystationVita.
14th May '16 1:11:49 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** ''Uta no Prince-sama Repeat'': A 2011 remake of the original game, released almost at the same time as the anime adaptation. Mainly fixed the graphics and added a few more new scenarios. Scheduled for a PSVita port.

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** ''Uta no Prince-sama Repeat'': A 2011 remake of the original game, released almost at the same time as the anime adaptation. Mainly fixed the graphics and added a few more new scenarios. Scheduled for a PSVita PlaystationVita port.
13th May '16 4:18:42 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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''Uta no Prince-sama'' (うたの☆プリンスさまっ♪ Uta no Purinsu-sama, lit. "Princes of Song") is an [[OtomeGame otome]] VisualNovel released by Broccoli for the PlayStationPortable. Originally a rather low-budget title which mostly relied on its light-hearted (although with its shares of drama) atmosphere, as well as featuring some of the voice actors with best singing voices out there, the game became popular quickly, expawning a whole franchise of its own:

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''Uta no Prince-sama'' (うたの☆プリンスさまっ♪ Uta no Purinsu-sama, lit. "Princes of Song") is an [[OtomeGame otome]] VisualNovel released by Broccoli for the PlayStationPortable.UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable. Originally a rather low-budget title which mostly relied on its light-hearted (although with its shares of drama) atmosphere, as well as featuring some of the voice actors with best singing voices out there, the game became popular quickly, expawning a whole franchise of its own:
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