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Release Nov/02/2009
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  • Necessary Settings The application may not function unless a Japanese language pack is set properly in your PC / the System Locale is set to Japanese. For more details, please refer to [ How can I set my system locale to Japanese? ] on the Frequently Asked Questions page.


Our first encounter was terrible. Our meeting is terrible each time. Our conversation is terrible each time.
You and me.
If we hadn't known each other, we wouldn't have changed.

However, we learned that:

It's more fun to be two of us.
The music can cross the line between a man and a non-human.
New sound appears from our encounter.
The more we know about each other, the tighter our bond becomes.

New "song" created by two binds us together and spreads to the world...

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Celeron 566MHz or greater
256MB or greater
300MB or greater
800x600 High Color
.3.0 or greater

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Pick Up !Great Visual Novel, Not a Sequel Though

Jul/01/2013  By Josh

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I must say that Supplement Time certainly hasn't lost their touch making visual novels when it came to this one. I've played the previous two (Which I both enjoyed a lot) and was looking forward to this one. Unfortunately this is not a sequel like the previous review said, you play a completely different character from the first two novels. There's not even the slightest mention of him anywhere. It's a great story, there's no denying that. But if you were hoping for a continuation of the first two games then you will be disappointed. I'd like to consider this more of an alternate universe to that of the first two novels (The Visual Novel Database doesn't even link them as sequels and prequels) Still enough of me ranting, even though this is not a sequel it's definitely worth a play!

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Pick Up !Third Times a Charm

Jun/14/2011  By Seiyami KageryuTop 50 Reviewer

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This is the third and final chapter of Supplement Time's "Miku Kisu" series. Following the events of "To You of the Future - I give you every song..." and "The Bells Sing The Future's Timbre," "Future Song and Linked Eyes" continues the ever growing love between a young musician (you) and a beautiful android girl named Miku. After gaining popularity (as seen in the previous entries), Miku aims to further her diva career and make it to the top. This chapter includes a rather large cast of android "diva" who join Miku to help her along the way. Rin, a the second protagonist of the second game, returns as well as other Vocaloid such as Len, Luka, Meiko, and Kaito. This not only improves the story telling, but also gives some excellent fan service to us Vocaloid fans. This game is a must to any who have played the previous 2 games. For those who haven't, there is no better time then the present!

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