First Kiss Story

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First Kiss Story
First Kiss Story PS.jpg
PlayStation cover, featuring Kana Orikura
Developer(s) HuneX
Publisher(s) NEC-HE (PC-FX)
Human (PS)
Platform(s) PC-FX, PlayStation, PlayStation 2 (Stories)
Release PC-FX
  • JP: April 24, 1998
PlayStation
  • JP: November 26, 1998
Genre(s) Visual novel
Mode(s) Single player

First Kiss Story (Japanese: ファーストKiss☆物語?, Hepburn: Fāsuto Kiss☆Monogatari, translated "First Kiss☆Story")[note 1] is a romance visual novel developed by HuneX. It was originally released for the PC-FX on April 24, 1998, and was the last game to be released for the system. It received a port to the PlayStation in the same year on November 26. The PlayStation version had additional content and used two CDs instead of one. It is followed by an OVA anime sequel and First Kiss Story II. The game, along with its sequel, were ported to the PlayStation 2 in First Kiss Stories.

Story[edit]

Average gameplay, showing a conversation where Manami asks the player character if she can call him onii-chan (big brother).

High school senior Kana Orikura has felt lonely ever since her boyfriend Yoshihiko left for college. When a handsome new school teacher named Shogo Hayakawa arrives at her school, she falls in love with him because of his resemblance to her father Yuichi who had passed away a few years ago. The teacher turns out to be her father's cousin, and stays with her and her family at their house.

Adaptations[edit]

A single episode OVA sequel to the first game was released on Valentine's Day of 2000. It was directed by Kan Fukumoto.[1]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Normally 物語 would be read as monogatari, the Japanese word for story, but the ruby characters show that for this game it should be read as ストーリー (sutōrī lit. "story"). The title would then be romanized as Fāsuto Kiss Sutōrī, sounding the same in Japanese as in English.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ファーストKiss☆物語 ~Kissからはじまる物語~ (2000)". allcinema (in Japanese). Stingray. Retrieved August 10, 2014. 

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