Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 5 [Treasure Box]
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Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 5 [Treasure Box]

Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 5 [Treasure Box]

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A danger is threatening both your time period and the Bakumatsu period, use your powers to travel to the past and eliminate the threat with your retainers. But remember, every time you use your powers, your life force is diminished, Harukanaru toki no Nakade 5 is a grand romance with a tinge of a tragedy.

Your retainers include people from all walks of life, some of them are even real people from history, such as Sakamoto Ryoma and the Shinsengumi. Unite all of them to fight the mysterious threat and create a future with your soul mate.

The famous illustrator Mizuno Toko is back to design the attractive characters, but a completely new cast of voice actors and actresses will play the guys and girls. Brought to you by Ruby Party, the game will have all the exciting and heart melting moments in the Japanese style fantasy romance.

The Treasure box contains special illustrations by Mizuno Toko, a photo library set, a drama CD, script books and a special DVD with the behind the scene actions.

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Original Name  遙かなる時空の中で5 TREASURE BOX
Official Release Date Feb 24, 2011
Genre RPG
Version  Japan
  CERO B (12+)
PAX-Code PAX0003235780
Catalog No.  KTGS-P0192
Item Code  4988615037733
Players  1

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fujiwaramiyabi1 (7) on 02, Nov. 2014 15:01 (HKT)
I loved it but got bored of it after I got the British guy
So... yeah.

It is as always a beautiful game in terms of music and artwork and especially character design but the story, though very meaningful, was not that gripping.

I still loved it enough to buy a L folder of it from Animate though. Wish there were more omake of this game to be honest.
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adorableazn06 (94) on 06, Jun. 2012 03:49 (HKT)
okay game
bought this game merely for the advertsment. the characters are great and the musics are great. but 1 downside is the heroine is so not sophisticated and doesn't know her own country's history. if you play this game merely for male characters, i will recommend this game.
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hs1225 (3) on 14, Feb. 2012 14:20 (HKT)

This newest Haruka game is definitely not the best of the series, but is well worth the money. With the fandisk coming out soon, I would recommend any haruka fan to purchase this game and read the new comic drawn by the main illustrator, Mizuno Tohko.
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bonta-kun (9) on 17, Apr. 2011 09:16 (HKT)
Not as good as Harutoki 3
But still better than Harutoki 4.

While the content of the Special Edition was something which didn't disappoint, from the art books to drama CDs and Audition DVD, the game itself was worse than expected.

The graphics are beautiful, the best in the series yet, the new cast of CV's made their job fantastically.

But then there are the weak points.
The game is partly voiced, still more than in Harutoki4 but a lot less than in game 3. The main route (Yuki Monogatari) is way too long, the character routes were cut because of this and even in those routes, the story telling was partly highly repetitive of the neutral route.
While the casts work on the character voices was really great (just listen to Ernest's English or Amami simply speaking, it's a dream!) there could have been more. At least most of the dialogues in the character routes were voiced.

The secret characters were a very nice (and funny) bonus, even though some of them could have used more work on their personalities and even voices.

The battle system got another major revamp., were the battling team is being displayed as mere icons. This seems to be a new trend in portable RPGs but it's not to my liking. Returning to the style of Harutoki 3 would have been a better choice, since the 3D models of Harutoki 4 could have taken up too much space...which could have been used for more vocie acting!

I don't want to spoil the story for future gamers but my main complaint here is that the heroine Yuki is very unrealistic. She wants to save everything and everyone (much like Chihiro from H4, but with a more bearable personality) and has her eyes on ONLY ONE guy almost from the very beginning of the game. Because of this the individual routes sometimes seem kind of forced and sometimes unrealistic.

The Hachiyou, the main male cast of 8 protectors (with the Proestess of the Black Dragon as a bonus), are well developed and interesting for the most part. Ernest Satow is a whole new type of character for the series, Ryoma Sakamoto is absolutely charming, Komatsu Tatewaki, Okita Souji and Shinsaku Tagasuki are pretty interesting as they are deeply engaged in the politics of that time. Fukuchi Ouchi, while interesting and funny in the beginning, disappinted in his route, Chinami isn't even worth being called a Hachiyou and Shun Kiriyuu is a very unrealisting and unnerving character with his fanatic love for the main heroine, his hate for his own brother and lots of problems which are something he made up himself. Miyako was interesting while a little strange since she's a girl and behaving like a guy when it comes to getting Yuki "for herself". Amami. Sometimes his talking speed did become kind of a nuisance but there is a chance in the game to get to know him closer and these scenes were the best in the whole game.

All in all, this is a game you can play and will probably like if you didn't play HaruToki 3. It is better than the 4th game, has great art, interesting characters, and a historically in-depth main route. But beware, a lot of political jargon will await you.
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secretsiren (20) on 18, Mar. 2011 11:50 (HKT)

GOod Game with lots of goodies!!
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