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Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds

Rating Summary

Based on 18 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

80

Top Critic Average

61%

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Based on 18 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation VitaMay 16, 2017

Publisher: Idea Factory

Genre: Interactive Story

This remastered telling of the beloved, visual novel Hakuoki series that was first developed and released in 2008 focuses on the story set in Kyoto. The young Chizuru, determined to find her father, will romance the famous samurai of Shinsengumi through a series of engaging stories and dramatic events. Now, experience new characters, love interests, and episodes in the world of Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds on the PlayStation Vita this Spring 2017!

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Strong Head
3
Fair Head
5
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Push Square

7 / 10
Push Square

Fans of the otome genre will find a lot to like within Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds. It offers a rich storyline as well as presenting likeable characters within its well-built world. With personalities based on real-life historical figures, the game offers a charming, albeit brief look at an interesting area of Japanese history, as well as the chance to romance some grade-A anime boys.

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DualShockers

8.5 / 10.0
DualShockers

Being my first otome visual novel, Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds has made me a fan of the Hakuoki series. The game handles the large cast of characters wonderfully and allows the story of the Shinsengumi to shine through. For new visual novel fans this is the definitive way to start the Hakuoki series and date the guys that older fans had to wait years for.

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PlayStation LifeStyle

7 / 10.0
Tyler Treese

If you've got money to spend, and don't mind waiting for any sort of conclusion, then Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds is the best way to experience the first half of Idea Factory's visual novel. The new scenes help to flesh out the existing stories, and the additional characters help make a familiar story feel new again. It's a shame that all the hard work gets marred by splitting the story into two games, but it's still a very enjoyable read.

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NEOsite

aysnel
8 / 10.0
NEOsite

As a young girl named Chizuru, we try to conquer hearts of samurai from Shinsengumi in former Kyoto. The title is intended for the female part of gamers, but the atmosphere of the shogunate Japan should attract the fans of the visual novel genre regardless of gender.

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