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** ''Shin Sakura Wars'': Yohei Azakami, Creator/AyaneSakura, Creator/MaayaUchida, Ayaka Hirahara, Creator/HibikuYamamura and Creator/SaoriHayami.

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** ''Shin Sakura Wars'': Yohei Azakami, Creator/AyaneSakura, Creator/MaayaUchida, Ayaka Hirahara, Creator/HibikuYamamura Creator/HibikuYamamura, Creator/SaoriHayami, Tomizawa, Creator/YuiIshikawa, Creator/RyokoShiraishi, and Creator/SaoriHayami.Creator/TomokazuSugita.

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** Before launching the official ''Sakura Wars'' website in 2000, Sega already had official profiles of the original Sega Saturn releases of ''[[https://web.archive.org/web/20000620020450/http://www.sega.co.jp/sega/p_cafe/DB/09037/09037.html Sakura Wars]]'' and ''[[https://web.archive.org/web/20000917073002/http://www.sega.co.jp/sega/p_cafe/DB/09198/09198.html Sakura Wars 2: Thou Shalt Not Die]]''. When Sega redesigned their official website in 2001, the content was not converted to Flash and was lost. There's little chance of finding some of the official material on Sega's pages for the SS releases, such as the promotional videos.
** Even after Sega redesigned [=SakuraTaisen.com=] again in March 2019, the original video content that was on the Sega Channel wasn't converted when it was shut down in late 2010, so fans searching for the original promotional videos will be completely out of luck.
** The ''Sakura Wars Online'' game was released in December 2001, at least eight months after Sega ceased production of the Dreamcast. Through Sega's Open Dice services, there were online voice actor events, gaming competitions, and special events like Valentine's Day or celebrating the players' birthdays. Open Dice shut down on November 30, 2005, making online play impossible.


** With Creator/ADVFilms' license to the ''Sakura Wars'' anime expiring in 2007 as a result of its shutdown, their OVA releases have become hard to find. The TV series, on the other hand, is still in circulation and is much easier to find thanks to ADV's successor, Creator/SentaiFilmworks.

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** With Creator/ADVFilms' license to the ''Sakura Wars'' anime expiring in 2007 as a result of its shutdown, their OVA releases have become hard to find. The TV series, on While its successor, Creator/SentaiFilmworks, doesn't seem to have any plans to release the other hand, [=OVAs=], the TV series is still in circulation and is much easier to find thanks since they acquired the license to ADV's successor, Creator/SentaiFilmworks.it in 2009.


** After ADV Films shut down in 2007, the first two OVA releases have become hard to find.
** Funimation released the ''École de Paris'' and ''Su-Mi-Re'' [=OVAs=] in the early 2000s, but despite rescuing ''Anime/SakuraWarsTheMovie'' from Geneon, their OVA releases have since gone out of print.
** Several interactive games related to the series, such as those promoting the stage musicals as well as a radio drama, became this trope, with no word on their status since the TurnOfTheMillennium.

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** After ADV Films shut down in 2007, With Creator/ADVFilms' license to the first two ''Sakura Wars'' anime expiring in 2007 as a result of its shutdown, their OVA releases have become hard to find.
find. The TV series, on the other hand, is still in circulation and is much easier to find thanks to ADV's successor, Creator/SentaiFilmworks.
** Funimation released the ''École de Paris'' and ''Su-Mi-Re'' [=OVAs=] in the early 2000s, but despite rescuing 2000s and they have since gone out of print. However, in 2013, Funimation licensed ''Anime/SakuraWarsTheMovie'' from Geneon, their OVA releases have since gone out of print.
whose license to the film expired after it also shut down in 2007.
** Several interactive games related to the series, such as those promoting the stage musicals as well as a radio drama, drama and online games, became this trope, with no word on their status since the TurnOfTheMillennium.


* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Many works in the franchise have been out of print or become rare since its debut.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Many works in the franchise have been fallen out of print or become rare since its debut.


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** Since ADV Films' license to the first two [=OVAs=] expired after it shut down in 2007, they are becoming hard to find.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes:
KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Many works in the franchise have been out of print or become rare since its debut.
** Since After ADV Films' license to the first two [=OVAs=] expired after it Films shut down in 2007, they are becoming the first two OVA releases have become hard to find.

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** The series was originally developed by Sega and Creator/RedEntertainment. However, in 2017, Sega became the sole copyright owner and thus gained all the rights to the series.


** There have been quite a few canceled games since the fourth game. Gaming news sites have reported that Sega has plans to export ''Sakura Wars'' outside of Asia under the "Sakura Wars World Project". ''So Long, My Love'', ''Sakura Wars V: Episode Zero'', ''Sakura Wars Story: Mysterious Paris'' and the remake of the first game were released.

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** There have been quite a few canceled games since the fourth game. Gaming news sites have reported that Sega has had plans to export ''Sakura Wars'' outside of Asia under the "Sakura Wars World Project". ''So Long, My Love'', ''Sakura Wars V: Episode Zero'', ''Sakura Wars Story: Mysterious Paris'' and the remake of the first game were released.


** Several interactive games related to the series, such as those promoting the stage musicals as well as a radio drama, became this trope, with no word on their status since the TurnOfTheMillenium.

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** Several interactive games related to the series, such as those promoting the stage musicals as well as a radio drama, became this trope, with no word on their status since the TurnOfTheMillenium.TurnOfTheMillennium.


** Since ADV Films' license to the first two [=OVAs=] expired after it shut down, they are becoming hard to find.
** Funimation released the ''Ecole de Paris'' and ''Su-Mi-Re'' [=OVAs=] in the early 2000s. They have since gone out of print.

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** Since ADV Films' license to the first two [=OVAs=] expired after it shut down, down in 2007, they are becoming hard to find.
** Funimation released the ''Ecole ''École de Paris'' and ''Su-Mi-Re'' [=OVAs=] in the early 2000s. They 2000s, but despite rescuing ''Anime/SakuraWarsTheMovie'' from Geneon, their OVA releases have since gone out of print.print.
** Several interactive games related to the series, such as those promoting the stage musicals as well as a radio drama, became this trope, with no word on their status since the TurnOfTheMillenium.

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* AdoredByTheNetwork: ''Sakura Wars'' is one of Creator/{{Sega}}'s most popular franchises, to the point where it spanned quite a few OVA series, a TV series, a film, as well as several stage musicals.

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* BigNameFan: Creator/NatsukiTakaya is a huge fan of the series. Oddly enough, Creator/TMSEntertainment, which was responsible for the animated cutscenes in [[VideoGame/SakuraWars1996 the first game]], would later go on to produce the 2019 adaptation of Takaya's ''Manga/FruitsBasket''.


** ''So Long, My Love'': Suyama, Yokoyama, Creator/HisayoshiSuganuma, Kobayashi, Creator/JunkoMinagawa, Creator/AyakaSaitou, Creator/KayaMatsutani, Creator/MieSonozaki, Akiko Kuno, Creator/NaoyaUchida, Kiyomi Asai, Creator/RomiPark, Sakiko Uran, and Creator/JurotaKosugi.

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** ''So Long, My Love'': Suyama, Yokoyama, Creator/HisayoshiSuganuma, Kobayashi, Creator/JunkoMinagawa, Creator/AyakaSaitou, Creator/KayaMatsutani, Creator/MieSonozaki, Akiko Kuno, Suyama, Yokoyama, Koyasu, Creator/NaoyaUchida, Kiyomi Asai, Creator/RomiPark, Sakiko Uran, and Creator/JurotaKosugi.


** ''Is Paris Burning?'': Suyama, Yokoyama, Tomizawa, Takano, Fuchizaki, Tanaka, Okamoto, Ikura, Koyasu, Creator/NorikoHidaka, Creator/SaekoShimazu, Creator/EtsukoKozakura, Creator/KikukoInoue, Creator/YoshinoTakamori, Keiko Aizawa, Creator/MikaKanai, Sachiko Kojima, Creator/ToruOhira, Creator/YujiMitsuya, Creator/AtsukoTanaka, Yuri Amano and Creator/MinamiTakayama.

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** ''Is Paris Burning?'': Suyama, Yokoyama, Tomizawa, Takano, Fuchizaki, Tanaka, Okamoto, Ikura, Koyasu, Creator/NorikoHidaka, Creator/SaekoShimazu, Creator/EtsukoKozakura, Creator/KikukoInoue, Creator/YoshinoTakamori, Keiko Aizawa, Creator/MikaKanai, Sachiko Kojima, Creator/ToruOhira, Creator/YujiMitsuya, Creator/AtsukoTanaka, Yoshisada Sakaguchi, Yuri Amano and Creator/MinamiTakayama.


** ''Samurai Daughter of the Wild'': Creator/SanaeKobayashi, Creator/YujiKishi, Creator/IkueOtani, Naoki Bando, Kosei Hirota, Naho Koda, Makoto Tsumura, and Creator/KeiichiNanba.

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** ''Samurai Daughter of the Wild'': Creator/SanaeKobayashi, Yokoyama, Hidaka, Creator/YujiKishi, Creator/IkueOtani, Naoki Bando, Kosei Hirota, Naho Koda, Makoto Tsumura, and Creator/KeiichiNanba.

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