D.C.II ~Da Capo II~ Lyrics
|Title:||D.C.II ~Da Capo II~|
|Released on year:||2003|
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One of Hatsunejima's many mysteries is the town's never-wilting cherry trees, which are said to grant the most genuine wishes. There are also rumors of people with supernatural abilities, such as Junichi Asakura, who can see other people's dreams and conjure sweets from thin air. He enjoys living in peace with his friends at Kazami Academy, alongside his sister Nemu, but chooses to keep his identity hidden.
When he learns that his childhood friend Sakura Yoshino has returned from America after six years, his peaceful school life comes to a halt. She's only there for one reason: to keep the promises she made to Junichi years ago.
Nobody realizes, however, that Sakura's appearance will change everyone's lives—for the better or for the worse.
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Da Capo II (II, Da Kpo II, commonly abbreviated as D.C. II) is a Japanese adult visual novel created by Circus and released for Windows computers on May 26, 2006. It is the direct sequel to Circus' previous title Da Capo, which was released in 2002 and is part of the ongoing Da Capo series of games. Da Capo II is a "ticklish school romance adventure (, Kosobayui Gakuen Renai Adobench)," according to Circus. Da Capo II: Spring Celebration, a fan disc released on April 27, 2007, includes springtime stories set after each of the six Da Capo II heroines' endings. In May 2008, Da Capo II: Plus Situation, an all-ages consumer port with additional scenarios, was released for the PlayStation 2.
In December 2008, the PlayStation 2 version was ported to PC as Da Capo II: Plus Communication, which included the hentai scenes from the original release.
Many drama CDs have been released, as well as two separate sets of novels and manga based on the original game. Between October and December 2007, an anime adaptation aired on TV Aichi in Japan, and it was also broadcast on other networks. Between April and June 2008, a second season of the anime aired; each anime season had thirteen episodes and was produced by Feel. On April 27, 2012, Da Capo III, a sequel set 20 years after the events of Da Capo II, was released.
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