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Muv-Luv
Muv-Luv CD-ROM.jpg
Muv-Luv original visual novel cover.
マブラヴ
(Mabu Ravu)
Genre Romantic comedy, Mecha
Game
Developer âge
5pb. (Xbox 360, PS3)
Genre Visual novel
Platform PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita
Released February 28, 2003 (CD) (JP)
April 30, 2004 (DVD) (JP)
September 22, 2006 (all-age) (JP)
October 27, 2011 (Xbox 360) (JP)
June 29, 2012 (Windows 7) (JP)
October 25, 2012 (PS3) (JP)
January 21, 2016 (PS Vita) (JP)[1]
July 15, 2016 (PC) (WW)[2]
Manga
Written by Ukyou Takao
Published by MediaWorks
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Dengeki Daioh
Original run 20032004
Volumes 3 (List of volumes)
Manga
Muv-Luv Unlimited
Written by Tomo Hirokawa
Published by MediaWorks
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Dengeki Daioh
Original run 20042007
Volumes 4 (List of volumes)
Game
Muv-Luv Alternative
Developer âge
5pb. (Xbox 360, PS3)
Genre Visual novel
Platform PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Vita
Released February 24, 2006 (DVD)
March 3, 2006 (CD)
September 22, 2006 (all-age)
October 27, 2011 (Xbox 360)
June 29, 2012 (Windows 7)
October 25, 2012 (PS3)
January 21, 2016 (PS Vita)
Novel series
Published by Shueisha
Demographic Male
Imprint Super Dash Bunko
Original run October 25, 2006June 30, 2009
Volumes 7 (List of volumes)
Serial novel
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse
Published by Enterbrain
Demographic Male
Magazine Tech Gian
Original run February 2007March 30, 2013
Volumes 6 (List of volumes)
Manga
Muv-Luv Alternative
Written by Azusa Maxima
Published by MediaWorks
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Dengeki Daioh
Original run 2007 – present
Volumes 15 (List of volumes)
Manga
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse
Written by Takashi Ishigaki
Published by MediaWorks
Demographic Shōnen
Magazine Dengeki Daioh
Original run 20092011
Volumes 3 (List of volumes)
Anime television series
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse
Directed by Masaomi Ando
Produced by Hiroyuki Tanaka
Masahiro Kawada
Makoto Hijikata
Hiroaki Oshiro
Kyōta Ide
Written by Takayuki Inagaki
Music by Seikou Nagaoka
Studio ixtl, Satelight
Licensed by
Hanabee
Network TV Tokyo, TVO, TVQ, TVh, AT-X, TSC, TVA, Nico Nico Douga
English network
Original run July 2, 2012December 23, 2012
Episodes 24 (List of episodes)
Anime television series
Schwarzesmarken
Directed by Tetsuya Watanabe
Written by Tatsuto Higuchi
Music by Elements Garden
Studio ixtl, Liden Films
Network TV Tokyo, TVO, TVA, AT-X
Original run January 10, 2016March 27, 2016
Episodes 12 (List of episodes)

Muv-Luv (マブラヴ Mabu Ravu?) is a Japanese visual novel developed by âge and originally released as an adult game for the PC on February 28, 2003. Consisting of two parts, Muv-Luv Extra (マブラヴ エクストラ Mabu Ravu Ekusutora?) and Muv-Luv Unlimited (マブラヴ アンリミテッド Mabu Ravu Anrimiteddo?), the gameplay in Muv-Luv follows a linear plot line, which offers pre-determined scenarios and courses of interaction, and focuses on the differing scenarios of the female main characters. Muv-Luv was followed by a sequel, Muv-Luv Alternative (マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ Mabu Ravu Orutaneitivu?), which was released for the PC on April 24, 2006 and follows the storyline of Muv-Luv Unlimited.

Both Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative had subsequent versions with the adult content removed that were sold for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In addition, two fandiscs were also released, Muv-Luv Supplement (マブラヴ サプリメント Mabu Ravu Sapurimento?) and Muv-Luv Altered Fable (オルタード ALTERED FABLE Mabu Ravu Orutādo Feiburu?), containing alternate scenarios, short stories, computer wallpapers, and audio dramas. PlayStation Vita ports for Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative have also been announced by âge.[3]

Muv-Luv and its sequel Muv-Luv Alternative have since been adapted into three manga series by MediaWorks (later ASCII Media Works) and are serialized in the manga magazine Dengeki Daioh. Shueisha published a seven volume novel series based on Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative while Enterbrain published a spin-off novel series, Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse in its Tech Gian magazine. Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse follows a new cast of characters while retaining the setting of Muv-Luv Alternative. This was followed by a manga adaptation titled Total Eclipse by ASCII Media Works as well as an anime adaptation produced by ixtl and Satelight which began airing on July 2, 2012, and licensed by Crunchyroll.[4] Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse was later adapted into a visual novel by âge in 2013.

Tech Gian later serialized Schwarzesmarken (シュヴァルツェスマーケン Shuvarutsesumāken?, German for "Black Marches"), which was illustrated and featured character designs by CARNELIAN. Schwarzesmarken is a prequel spin-off to the series detailing events in East Germany 18 years prior to the setting of Muv-Luv Alternative. The novel was compiled into seven volumes following a 41 chapter run from 2011 to 2014. In addition, a visual novel adaptation by âge was announced and will be released in late 2015,[5] which was followed by an anime adaptation by ixtl and Liden Films. Crunchyroll picked up streaming rights in January 2016.[6][7]

Plot[edit]

The visual novel Muv-Luv is divided into two parts. The first part, titled Muv-Luv Extra, features protagonist Takeru Shirogane (voiced by Takeshi Aiba in PC and Soichiro Hoshi in ports) whom wakes up one morning to find a beautiful young woman sleeping in his bed, just as an infuriated Sumika Kagami (voiced by Hiroko Taguchi, credited as Rika Fujiwara in PC), Takeru's neighbor and childhood friend, comes to wake him up that morning. The young woman, Meiya Mitsurugi (voiced by Aki Okuda in PC and Kazumi Okushima in ports), is the heiress to a financially powerful family and is determined to be Takeru's bride. As the story progresses, both girls compete for Takeru's affections while Takeru has recurring dreams about a marriage promise he made to a girl long ago. At first, he believes the girl was Sumika, but eventually realizes that it was actually Meiya. At the conclusion, Takeru must choose between which of the girls he truly loves. In addition, the player may also make decisions to choose between one of the three main supporting cast: Chizuru Sakaki (voiced by Masayo Kurata), Miki Tamase (voiced by Hitomi), and Kei Ayamine (voiced by Nagashima Yuuko).

The second part, Muv-Luv Unlimited, starts with Takeru Shirogane waking up in his bed, reminiscent of the start of Muv-Luv Extra; however, Takeru quickly realizes that neither Meiya nor Sumika come to wake him that morning. Upon leaving his house, he finds his neighborhood destroyed and Sumika's house crushed under the wreckage of a large mecha. Takeru later learns that he is in an alternate world to Extra, where aliens called BETA (an acronym for "Beings of the Extra Terrestrial origin which is Adversary of human race") have invaded and mankind fights back against the alien aggressors with mecha called Tactical Surface Fighters (戦術歩行戦闘機 Senjutsuhokōsentōki?), usually referred to as simply Senjutsuki (戦術機?).

Muv-Luv Unlimited explains that the BETA first arrived on Earth in 1973 (in China and Canada) after arriving on the Moon in 1967 and being spotted on Mars in 1958. Subsequent battles with BETA resulted in the global population dropping to 2.4 billion with most of mainland Eurasia having been lost, by 2001. Displaced nations find refuge in the remaining human-controlled areas. Notably, the Soviet Union (which has persisted in this reality) has been driven into the Kamchatka Peninsula and now leases Alaska from the United States of America. Japan was invaded in 1998 by the BETA, and subsequently lost thirty-six million people (approximately 30% of the Japanese population) within a week before the invasion was halted.

Most of the major characters from the Extra timeline are present in Unlimited, notably excluding the Unlimited world's Takeru, who is said to be dead, and Sumika, who does not seem to exist in the Unlimited timeline. The characters are, for the most part identical to their Extra counterparts, with the notable exception Yoroi; Takeru's best friend in Extra whom, for reasons unclear, is a girl in this reality. By the end of Unlimited, Takeru is unable to change the course of the war as the United Nations vote to implement the fifth Alternative Plan. Alternative V's goal is to send 100,000 select survivors to a habitable planet in the Alpha Centauri system, while the remaining forces on Earth make a possibly suicidal offensive against the BETA in the hopes of driving them out completely.

In the sequel Muv-Luv Alternative, Takeru wakes up three years after the beginning of Unlimited to find himself back in his room. Although he first thinks that the events of Muv-Luv Unlimited were a dream, he soon feels that something is wrong, and leaves the house to find that he has been sent back in time to the beginning of the events in Unlimited. Unwilling to accept the events at the end of Unlimited, he decides to help professor Kouzuki save the earth and mankind by bringing Alternative IV, a secretly planned assault on the first BETA hive, to fruition.

Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse is a spin-off story set parallel to Muv-Luv Alternative, which focuses on the development of experimental TSF craft and the relationship between Yuuya Bridges, a Japanese-American test pilot and Yui Takamura, a leading figure in the development of a new generation TSF, which may able to change the course of the war.

Schwarzesmarken is a series set in the Alternative universe, during the early years of the BETA invasion. It replaced the Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse serialization in the Tech Gian magazine. The series is written by Hiroki Uchida and illustrated by CARNELIAN. The series was followed in Tech Gian by its prequel, Bernhard im Schatten.

Gameplay[edit]

A typical conversation in Muv-Luv featuring the player character talking to Sumika.

The gameplay in Muv-Luv requires little player interaction as most time is spent reading the text that appears on the lower portion of the screen, representing either dialogue between characters, or the inner thoughts of the protagonist. Every so often, the player will arrive at a "decision point", and be required to choose between multiple options. Gameplay pauses and depending upon the player's choice, the plot will develop in a specific direction. There are multiple plot lines that the player can follow, one for each heroine in the story, and there are nineteen possible endings. To view all plot lines, the player must replay the game multiple times. The game can end in failure if the player makes the wrong decisions. When this occurs, the player can return to a previously saved spot to try again.

Muv-Luv is divided into two segments, or story arcsExtra and Unlimited—which serve as different phases in the overall story. Initially, only the Extra arc is available to play, but once the player has completed the Extra scenarios for the two main heroines, Sumika Kagami and Meiya Mitsurugi, the Unlimited arc becomes accessible.

Development and Release[edit]

Muv-Luv was released on February 28, 2003 on Windows CD-ROM,[8] and re-released on DVD-ROM on April 30, 2004.[8] A fandisc, called Muv-Luv Supplement containing a number of short stories, computer wallpapers, audio clips, and a trailer for the upcoming Muv-Luv Alternative. The limited edition DVD was released on December 17, 2004 and the regular edition was released on December 24.[9]

Muv-Luv Alternative is a sequel to Muv-Luv and taking place after the events of the Unlimited arc in the original game. The DVD version of the game was released on February 24, 2006[10] and the CD version was released on March 3, 2006.[10] A Muv-Luv Alternative fandisc, Muv-Luv Altered Fable, was released on August 31, 2007 containing an alternate version of the Extra arc from Muv-Luv along with a radio drama, a Senjoki vs. BETA strategy RPG, computer wallpapers, and a Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse short story.[11]

"All-age" versions of Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative with the adult content removed were released simultaneously on September 22, 2006.[12][13] In 2011, both games were ported to the Xbox 360 by 5pb. and simultaneously released on October 27, 2011.[14][15]

A Kickstarter campaign to release the Muv-Luv series in English was announced in 2015.[16] The campaign succeeded in late 2015 after raising over US$1.25 million,[17] and the both Muv-Luv and Muv-Luv Alternative are targeted for release in 2016.

Related media[edit]

Manga[edit]

Three manga adaptations based on Muv-Luv and its sequel Muv-Luv Alternative have been serialized in MediaWorks's, and later ASCII Media Works's Dengeki Daioh manga magazine. The first adaptation, called Muv-Luv, is written and illustrated by Ukyō Takao and covers the Extra part of the first game. It was collected and republished in three volumes by MediaWorks. The second series is Muv-Luv Unlimited and covers the Unlimited portion of the first game. It ran for four volumes and was written and illustrated by Tomo Hiryokawa. The third series, Muv-Luv Alternative, is written and illustrated by Azusa Maxima and based on the second game of the same name. It began its serial run in the February 2007 issue of Dengeki Daioh. Thirteen compilation volumes have been published by ASCII Media Works. The novel series Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse has also been adapted into a manga by Takashi Ishigaki and three compilation volumes have been published. Another novel series, "Schwarzesmarken", detailing the events in East Germany during the BETA invasion in 1983, serialized in the magazine Tech Gian and replacing "Total Eclipse". Seven volumes of "Schwarzesmarken" have been released, in addition to the light novel series "Schwarzesmarken Requiem", of which two volumes have been release so far, and both series feature art by CARNELIAN.

No. Release date ISBN
Muv-Luv
01 May 27, 2003[18] ISBN 978-4-8402-2924-1
02 July 27, 2004[19] ISBN 978-4-8402-2649-3
03 December 17, 2004[20] ISBN 978-4-8402-2334-8
Muv-Luv Unlimited
01 April 27, 2005[21] ISBN 978-4-8402-3053-7
02 February 27, 2006[22] ISBN 978-4-8402-3369-9
03 February 27, 2007[23] ISBN 978-4-8402-3790-1
04 March 27, 2007[24] ISBN 978-4-8402-3832-8
Muv-Luv Alternative
01 April 26, 2008[25] ISBN 978-4-04-867049-4
02 November 27, 2008[26] ISBN 978-4-04-867442-3
03 June 27, 2009[27] ISBN 978-4-04-867866-7
04 January 27, 2010[28] ISBN 978-4-04-868369-2
05 August 27, 2010[29] ISBN 978-4-04-868896-3
06 April 4, 2011[30] ISBN 978-4-04-870406-9
07 October 27, 2011[31] ISBN 978-4-04-870982-8
08 April 4, 2012[32] ISBN 978-4-04-886569-2
09 November 27, 2012[33] ISBN 978-4-04-891190-0
10 August 27, 2013[34] ISBN 978-4-04-891846-6
11 February 27, 2014[35] ISBN 978-4-04-866295-6
12 August 27, 2014[36] ISBN 978-4-04-866844-6
13 February 27, 2015[37] ISBN 978-4-04-869210-6
14 August 27, 2015[38] ISBN 978-4-04-865298-8
15 February 27, 2016[39] ISBN 978-4-04-865716-7
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse
01 May 27, 2010[40] ISBN 978-4-04-868623-5
02 February 26, 2011[41] ISBN 978-4-04-870327-7
03 November 26, 2011[42] ISBN 978-4-04-886095-6
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse Rising
01 November 27, 2012[43] ISBN 978-4-04-891189-4
02 July 27, 2013[44] ISBN 978-4-04-891769-8
03 March 27, 2014[45] ISBN 978-4-04-866439-4
04 December 20, 2014[46] ISBN 978-4-04-869056-0
05 September 26, 2015[47] ISBN 978-4-04-865355-8
06 July 27, 2016[48] ISBN 978-4-04-892101-5
Muv-Luv Alternative: Moonlight Over the Dark Night
01 July 27, 2013[49] ISBN 978-4-04-891772-8
Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse Imperial City
01 May 27, 2013[50] ISBN 978-4-04-891687-5

Novels[edit]

No. Title Release date ISBN
01 Muv-Luv 1: Extra: Unmei (マブラヴ 1 EXTRA 運命) October 25, 2006[51] ISBN 978-4-08-630323-1
02 Muv-Luv 2: Extra: Yūjō (マブラヴ 2 EXTRA 友情) February 23, 2007[52] ISBN 978-4-08-630344-6
03 Muv-Luv 3: Unlimited: Sensō (マブラヴ 3 UNLIMITED 戦争) July 25, 2007[53] ISBN 978-4-08-630371-2
04 Muv-Luv 4: Unlimited: Haiboku (マブラヴ 4 UNLIMITED 敗北) November 22, 2007[54] ISBN 978-4-08-630390-3
05 Muv-Luv 5: Alternative: Saiki (マブラヴ 5 ALTERNATIVE 再起) March 25, 2008[55] ISBN 978-4-08-630414-6
06 Muv-Luv 6: Alternative: Ruten (マブラヴ 6 ALTERNATIVE 流転) November 21, 2008[56] ISBN 978-4-08-630458-0
07 Muv-Luv 7: Alternative: Kessen (マブラヴ 7 ALTERNATIVE 決戦) June 25, 2009[57] ISBN 978-4-08-630488-7
No. Title Release date ISBN
01 Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse 1: Oborozuki no Eji (マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ トータル・イクリプス 1 朧-の衛士) December 25, 2007[58] ISBN 978-4-7577-3920-8
02 Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse 2: Shukumei no Dōrin (マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ トータル・イクリプス 2 宿命の動輪) May 30, 2008[59] ISBN 978-4-7577-4234-5
03 Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse 3: Uromou no Orisei (マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ トータル・イクリプス 3 虚耗の檻穽) December 26, 2008[60] ISBN 978-4-7577-4521-6
04 Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse 4: Zangou no Senya (マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ トータル・イクリプス 4 懺業の戦野) January 30, 2009[61] ISBN 978-4-7577-4650-3
05 Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse 5: Koshu no Sasabe (マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ トータル・イクリプス 5 吉宗鋼紀) October 29, 2011[62] ISBN 978-4-04-727615-4
06 Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse 6: Yocho no Hokage (マブラヴ オルタネイティヴ トータル・イクリプス 6 膺懲の火影) March 30, 2013[63] ISBN 978-4-04-728800-3
No. Title Release date ISBN
01 Schwarzesmarken Volume 1 (シュヴァルツェスマーケン 1 神亡き屍戚の大地に) May 30, 2011[64] ISBN 978-4-04-727306-1
02 Schwarzesmarken Volume 2 (シュヴァルツェスマーケン 2 無垢なる願いの果てに) September 30, 2011[65] ISBN 978-4-04-727528-7
03 Schwarzesmarken Volume 3 (シュヴァルツェスマーケン 3 縹渺たる煉獄の彼方に) March 30, 2012[66] ISBN 978-4-04-727932-2
04 Schwarzesmarken Volume 4 (シュヴァルツェスマーケン 4 許されざる契りのために) October 29, 2012[67] ISBN 978-4-04-728419-7
05 Schwarzesmarken Volume 5 (シュヴァルツェスマーケン 5 紅蓮なる弔鐘の中で) March 30, 2013[68] ISBN 978-4-04-728802-7
06 Schwarzesmarken Volume 6 (シュヴァルツェスマーケン 6 儼たる相剋の嚮後に) November 30, 2013[69] ISBN 978-4-04-729297-0
07 Schwarzesmarken Volume 7 (シュヴァルツェスマーケン 7 克肖導く熾天の大地へ) March 29, 2014[70] ISBN 978-4-04-729528-5
No. Title Release date ISBN
01 Schwarzesmarken Requiem Volume 1 (シュヴァルツェスマーケン Requiem -祈り- #1) July 30, 2012[71] ISBN 978-4-04-728214-8
02 Schwarzesmarken Requiem Volume 2 (シュヴァルツェスマーケン Requiem -願い- #2) July 29, 2013[72] ISBN 978-4-04-729014-3

Anime[edit]

On July 24, 2011, a teaser website announced that an anime television adaptation of the Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse novels[73] which aired between July 2 and December 23, 2012. Sentai Filmworks has licensed the anime for digital and home video release.[74] The first 13 episodes were released on January 20, 2015, on Blu-ray and DVD.

On September 18, 2015, a teaser website announced that an anime television adaptation of the Schwarzesmarken novels[75] which began airing on January 10, 2016. Crunchyroll is streaming the anime.[76]

Music[edit]

The opening theme of Muv-Luv is "Muv-Luv" (マブラヴ Mabu Ravu?) by Minami Kuribayashi. The closing theme for the Extra segment of Muv-Luv is "I Will" and the Unlimited segment's ending theme is "Harukanaru Furusato no Uta" (遥かなる地球の歌?, "Song of the Distant Homeland"), both by Minami Kuribayashi. For the all ages version, the opening theme the Extra segment is "divergence" by Minami Kuribayashi. For the Unlimited segment, the opening theme is "Sion" (紫音-sion- Shion?, "Violet Tone") by Masami Okui. The all ages version featured several ending themes depending on the ending, including "I will" by Minami Kuribayashi, "Kizu wa Kaseki ni Narenai Keredo" (傷は化石にならないけれど?, "This Wound Will Not Fossilize") by Aki Misato, "Astraea" by Miyuki Hashimoto, and "Little More" (リトル・モア?) by CooRie.

The opening themes for the sequel Muv-Luv Alternative are "Asu e no Hōkō" (未来への咆哮?, "Roar Towards Tomorrow") by JAM Project for the original release and "NAME ~Kimi no Na wa~" (NAME ~君の名は~ Nēmu ~Kimi no Na wa~?, "Name (Your Name Is)") by JAM Project for the all age release. The ending theme for both releases is "Muv-Luv (2005 ver.)" by Minami Kuribayashi.

Reception[edit]

In 2003, Muv-Luv was number one in national PC sales following its release.[77] The sequel, Muv-Luv Alternative, released in 2006, was number three in sales during the first half of 2006.[78]

Muv-Luv has received a median rating of 79 out of 100 on EGS,[79] while Muv-Luv Alternative has received a median rating of 93 out of 100,[80] making it the third-highest rated visual novel on the website.

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