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Hakuoki: Demon Of The Fleeting Blossom

by Aksys
Sony PSP
 Mature
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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  • Platform:   Sony PSP
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom is a Samurai Romance game set at the end of the Edo period of Japanese history - a period that witnessed the decline of Shogunate as the ruling of power in Japan. One of the few example of the Japanese sub-genre of Otome, which centers on story-driven romance from a female perspective, the game features a unique blend of adventure and decision-dependant gameplay. Additional features include: multiple possible endings depending on choices made, and fluid anime style animation.

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Three potential romantic interests in Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom
Battle for honor and romance in the twilight of the Japanese Shogunate era.
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Adventure and Romance in the Twilight of the Shogunate Era

Japan's Edo Period was drawing to a close. The Tokugawa shogunate, which had held power in the country for more than 200 years, found itself challenged by the imperial court, and by several feudal domains who had chaffed under shogunal rule. In this midst of this political unrest, an organization rose to prominence: The Shinsengumi. Originally formed to protect the street of Kyoto from master less samurai, they came to represent the last, tragic bastion of the honor-bound samurai culture that had defined much of Japan's history.

In Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom, a young woman by the name of Chizuru comes to Kyoto in search of her missing father, and soon encounters danger and the Shinsengumi in quick succession. When it becomes clear the Shinsengumi are also searching for her father, Chizuru is put under their protection. But odd things are afoot in Kyoto-possibly even supernatural happenings. Can Chizuru navigate this maze of mortal danger and political intrigue? Amidst so much mystery and death, can she find romance?

Key Game Features

  • One of North America's First Otome Games - Experience a historical fantasy adventure while pursuing a relationship with one of several male love interests in a game specifically created for a female audience.
  • Experience a New Kind of Adventure - Enjoy a visual novel filled with beautiful illustrations and changing character portraits. Examine character biographies, check your story progress, and replay scenes you've already watched.
  • Choose Your Own Fate with Multiple Endings - The story is told through the eyes of Chizuru Yukimura, but the player will be presented with a number of decisions she must make.
  • Introduction to the Hakuoki Franchise - Hakuoki is a series that enjoys major popularity in Japan among the gaming populace, selling over 500,000 copies across all platforms.

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A female Samurai protecting a woman in Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom
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Samurai action from Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom
Anime style animation.
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A katana duel from Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom
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A potential love connection from Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom
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Japan's Edo Period was drawing to a close. The shogunate, who'd held power in the country for more than 200 years, found itself challenged by the imperial court, and by several domains who had chaffed under shogunal rule. In this midst of this political unrest, an organization rose to prominence: The Shinsengumi. Originally formed to protect the street of Kyoto from master less samurai, they came to represent the last, tragic bastion of the honor-bound samurai culture that had defined much of Japan's history. In Hakuoki: Demon of the Fleeting Blossom, a young woman by the name of Chizuru comes to Kyoto in search of her missing father, and soon encounters danger and the Shinsengumi in quick succession. When it becomes clear the Shinsengumi are also searching for her father, Chizuru is put under their protection. But odd things are afoot in Kyoto-possibly even supernatural happenings. Can Chizuru navigate this maze of mortal danger and political intrigue? Amidst so much mystery and death, can she find romance?

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5.0 out of 5 stars Visual novels on the go! :D Feb. 28 2014
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I play/read a lot of visual novels and I just got a PSP recently and I wanted to find out if there were any visual novels on the PSP. I searched google for visual novels in English on the PSP and this was the highest recommended game. I said why not lets give it a whir, I placed my order, got it in 3 days and played it. Just like any other visual novel you play as the main character where you can change the name to your liking or leave it as is. It does start out slow (like most visual novels but not all) gradually it does pick up speed, and its just fun reading through it like a story and learning about the characters.

Overall it was a enjoyable game, (though I'm not finished yet) :P This is the game for you if you like/love visual novels/otome games. :] If you want action and fighting or fast paced game, this is not for you, thought nothing wrong with trying something new! :D
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4.0 out of 5 stars Inspirational interactive book Nov. 14 2013
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I find it a very long but inspirational interactive book, filled with twists and turns in the plot leading to the ultimate climax! also leading to a gentle emotional ending.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Otome Game! Oct. 1 2013
By Sara
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If your thinking of buying this you've probably seen the anime already and picked your favourite character. If so, you will not be dissapointed!
Keep in mind when buying this though that it isn't a normal game like final fantasy or whatever. It's a visual novel, which means there's a fair bit of reading between the voice narration (all in Japanese of course ;)) and sequential pictures. Keep that in mind, and you won't be bored.
That being said, I really liked this!!!! All the diverging story paths were so good that it's hard to pick a favourite! By the end you've got a really well rounded story with every possible villain and mystery solved. Some character's that seem left out of one arc are really explored in another (supporting character's and main love interests alike).
Each of the main bachelor's are all a little different and have something worthwhile to contribute, and you get tons of mushy romance and heartbreak along the way.
The art was awesome!
The music..was okay...and by that I mean the songs were good, but there weren't very many of them so they can get tiresome when constantly replayed for long dialogues. First common scenes are repeated, which can also get boring the more times you play them to get alternate endings (there is a fast forward button), but you pick up a lot of stuff that gets missed the first couple rounds... at least I did!
All in all, a great game and worth getting. Especially if they killed off your favourite character in the show and you want a more romantic do over :P
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3.0 out of 5 stars Replay Value Dec 26 2012
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Well the first three chapters is pretty linear. You get a bit of dialogue change but stuff doesn't really happen until the later chapters. Even then, if you've watched the anime you can pretty much guess how things will turn out. There's no skipping already viewed parts so if you're buying this to get all the endings then you'll be in it for a while.

Other than the replay value, it's not a bad game and you get to name the lead character whatever you wish.
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By Digital Tiger TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Pros:
* Huge story with lots of detail.
* Lots of characters with depth and personality.
* Multiple character endings gives you lots of extra time with this story.
* Periodically you get to choose the direction of the story and customize your experience.
* Can fast forward through the story after the first read through.
* The romantic part of the story is well balanced so that both female and male players can enjoy the game without being annoying.

Cons:
* Very heavy on the text, if you don't mind lots of reading then this isn't really a con, but if lots of reading isn't for you then this game is going to be very tedious for you.
* Not enough of the choose your own adventure options to spice up the experience.
* Could of used some game play elements to break up the monotony of reading for hours.
* Getting a bad ending after all that reading can be disappointing.

The story and characters are the game, this is basically a rpg graphic novel. You read from the perspective of Chizuru (or change her name to your something else) a young girl that travels to Kyoto in search for her father, he has disappeared after taking a job in Kyoto. Soon after arriving in Kyoto Chizuru witnesses a bloody street battle and is kidnapped by the victorious group called the Shinsengumi. The Shinsengumi are also looking for Chizuru's father and decide to keep her around to help find him. The big question is why is the Shinsengumi looking for Chizuru's father and what is going to happen to Chizuru while in the care of the Shinsengumi.

The game play part of the graphic novel is this. As you read through the story you occasionally have 2 or 3 choices to make.
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