Kiniro no Corda 3 [Treasure Box]

Compatible with PlayStation 2™ (PS2™)

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Kiniro no Corda 3 [Treasure Box]

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Kahoko and her friends have graduated from Seiso Gakuen, Kiniro no Corda 3 starts with a new violinist, Kanade. She enrolled into the prestigious school and joined the orchestra club, hoping to meet other musicians and improve her skills through friendly rivalry.

Rivalry is plenty, however, some of them are not very friendly, while others are full of temptation. Learn about the charming members in the club, what they won't say with words, they may say through music, communicate with them through your violin.

Compare to the last three games in the series, this installment contain a lot more love interests. Participate in the national concours and get to know the boys from all the different schools and develop relationships with them.

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Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes: 14

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Great game
Love the Kiniro no Corda Series.
This game takes on a different element, where you interactively play the music at your performance (think Taiko no Tatsujin gone otome). But it's not difficult so don't stress too much - and you can save anytime (helpful for the nervous).
The characters are great and you get to see some of characters from 1 & 2 all grown up (awe).
As always, beautiful music.
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Very good
Music is entertaining. But I think there is too many guys to choose from, hence less CGs, events etc and a lot of overlapping routes. Drawing is very good.

Like the concert part where you can play, unlike the previous games when i can only watch.....
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Not for the romance
As with the other game in the series, this is a game you play for its gameplay, not its storyline... however having that said, it IS fun to play, and the first game actually got me into liking classical music...
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Quite nice game!
I enjoying playing this games, its have nice gameplay, and music, too bad its not fully voiced. But still this game can't be missed to played.

Also, the treasure box package have a lot of nice bonus, so i like it.
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Still love Kiniro no Corda
I have always loved the Corda series. And the limited editions are always fantastic.

This time, the game play is different and the number of characters have gone UP! Whew it is always a struggle to decide who to start first.

I think that previously it emphasizes more on enjoying the music, but this time it is on being No. 1. Exciting, but can be a little stressful at times, as even the music pieces make my heart rate (and perhaps blood pressure too) go up. Sad, when music becomes a tool for winning...

Now if only everything is full voice!! The seiyus are always so fantastic, but it is annoying when you can't hear them all the time. Please please give us full voice. Is it too much to ask for?
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