News La Corda D'Oro 3 Another Sky Feat. Amane Gakuen Game Promo Streamed
posted on 2014-08-28 18:40 EDT by Tiara Hamilton
KOEI Tecmo began streaming a trailer on Monday for its otome Kin-iro no Corda 3 Another Sky feat. Amane Gakuen (La Corda D'Oro 3 Another Sky) PlayStation Portable game. The games will take place in alternate timelines where the protagonist, Kanade, becomes a student in one of the rival schools from the original Kin-iro no Corda 3 dating simulation game. The three versions of the game feature the schools Jinnan, Shiseikan, and Amane Gakuen.
This video introduces the male students that will be featured in Kin-iro no Corda 3 Another Sky feat. Amane Gakuen, the last version to ship. The male students featured are Sōsuke Nanami the cellist (voiced by Yuki Masuda), Sei Amamiya the pianist (Mamoru Miyano), Kyōya Kisaragi the violinist (Jun Fukuyama), Takafumi Hido the cellist (Hiroaki Miura), and Reiji Myōga the violinist (Satoshi Hino).
Kin-iro no Corda 3 Another Sky feat. Amane Gakuen is set to ship on September 25. Kin-iro no Corda 3 Another Sky feat. Shiseikan shipped on March 27 and Kin-iro no Corda 3 Another Sky feat. Jinnan shipped on January 23.
The game will also be released in a "treasure box" edition of Kin-iro no Corda 3 Another Sky feat. Amane Gakuen, including a photo library, drama CD, soundtrack, mini character fastener accessory, and mini character picture book. All three Kin-iro no Corda 3 Another Sky games feature a fully-voiced story.
The original Kin-iro no Corda 3 game originally shipped in Japan on the PSP and PlayStation 2 systems in February 2010. A fully-voiced special edition, which also included new events and still images, shipped in Japan on September 19.
Yuki Kure adapted the game into the manga series Linden Hall no Aria -Kin-iro no Corda Series-, which ended last year. Kure also adapted the first Kin-iro no Corda game into a manga, and Viz Media published the 17th and final volume of the original La Corda d'Oro manga in North America last May.
The game franchise also inspired a television anime series in 2006, and a television special sequel, La Corda D'Oro ~secondo passo~, aired in spring of 2009. Sentai Filmworks licensed and released the series on DVD in North America. The anime adaptation of La Corda d'Oro Blue Sky premiered in April and Crunchyroll streamed the series as it aired in Japan.