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Koihime†Musou

Koihime Musou Wiki
Wiki founding: 2011/07/20
Page count: 436
Last checked: 2020/11/05


Genre:
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Media:
Visual Novel, Game, Manga, Anime, OVA

Love Princess†Unmatched: Throb Romance of Three Kingdoms Filled with Girls (恋姫†無双 ~ドキッ☆乙女だらけの三国志演義~, Koihime†Musō ~Otome☆Darake no Sangokushi Engi~; lit. "Love Princess†Unmatched ~Throb☆Maiden of Three Kingdoms Filled with Girls~") is a series of Japanese adult visual novels and strategy video games based on the classic Chinese novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms. The first game was developed by BaseSon, and was first released on January 26, 2007, for the PC as two DVD-ROMs, followed by a re-release on April 11, 2008, containing an extra CD-ROM.

A PlayStation 2 version, titled Love Princess†Unmatched (恋姫†夢想, Koihime Musō) developed by Yeti and published by Regista was released on October 30, 2008. A new version of Koihime with many new characters True Love Princess†Unmatched: Maiden Rebellion☆Romance of the Three Kingdoms〜 (真・恋姫†無双 〜乙女繚乱☆三国志演義〜, Shin Koihime Musō: Otome Ryōran Sangokushi Engi) was released on December 26, 2008. A third version of Love Princess†Unmatched: Moe General Tradition (真・恋姫†無双~萌将伝~, Shin Koihime†Musō: Moe Shōden) was released on July 23, 2010. European game publisher MangaGamer acquired licensing rights to the first game and released it on February 28, 2011. June 2012 the website Jlist.com began selling copies of Love Princess†Unmatched as a DX version with restored voices; in a partnership with MangaGamer.

A 2D fighting game titled Love Princess†Performance (恋姫†演武, Koihime†Enbu) had a January 28, 2016 release on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.

It has made several transitions to other media. A manga adaptation by Japanese illustrator Yayoi Hizuki was first serialized in the Japanese magazine Dengeki G's Festival! Comic on April 26, 2008. An anime adaptation produced by Dogakobo began broadcasting on July 8, 2008, and several seasons have continued.

Plot[]

Having lost her family to bandits during night raid, Kanu swears, she will not let others share the same pain. She quickly becomes a well-known and feared by villains bandit hunter. During her journey she comes across others, who wish to join her cause. One of them is a girl RinRin, who had similar experience with bandits in the past.

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