Prism Rhythm

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Prism Rhythm
Prism Rhythm Original Visual Novel Cover.jpg
Visual novel cover of Prism Rhythm
Genre Harem, Romance
Developer Lump of Sugar
Publisher Lump of Sugar
Genre Eroge, Visual novel
Platform Windows, PlayStation Portable
  • JP: May 28, 2010 (Windows)
Lump of Comic: Prism Rhythm
Written by Lump of Sugar
Illustrated by Fumitake Moekibara
Published by Enterbrain
Demographic Shōnen
Prism Rhythm Novel
Written by Ricotta
Published by Paradigm
Demographic Male
Published August 31, 2010
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Prism Rhythm (プリズムリズム, Purizumurizumu) is a Japanese visual novel, the fourth installment developed and published by Lump of Sugar.[1] The trial edition was released on April 2, 2010, and the limited edition[2] was released on May 28, 2010. The characters featured in Prism Rhythm were designed by Natuki Tanihara and Yau Sesena. A four-panel manga titled Lamp of Comic: Prism Rhythm has been published, and a novel of Prism Rhythm was written by Ricotta and then publicized on August 31, 2010.


Kazuki Tokitou (土岐遠 一騎, Tokitō Kazuki)
Kazuki is the player character of Prism Rhythm. He is inspired to enroll in a reputable school after seeing Caroline Marigold's amazing dance skills.
Elsterrier Marigold (エルステリア・マリーゴールド, Erusuteria Marīgōrudo)
Voiced by: Mio Matsudade
Elsterrier is Caroline's younger sister and a classmate of Kazuki's in St.Beltina Academy. She is an unusually hard worker and is quite clever.[3][4]
Kasumi Tokitou (土岐遠 カスミ, Tokitō Kasumi)
Voiced by: Shino Uragasumi
Kasumi is Kazuki's busty cousin, she is an upperclassman.[5]
Lia Berlioz (リア・ベルリオーズ, Ria Beruriōzu)
Voiced by: Yukina Fujimori
Ria is another classmate of Kazuki who works in the library named Azrael. She likes to spread and create rumors.[6]
Gin Mizune (水音 銀, Mizune Gin)
Voiced by: Hina Nakase
Gin is a girl with a very small stature who enjoys eating food a great deal. Her real name is Christine McWorter (クリスティン・マックウォーター).[7]
Caroline Marigold (キャロライン・マリーゴールド, Kyarorain Marīgōrudo)
Voiced by: Mikage Haida
Elsterrier's older sister.[8]
A green-haired maid.[9]
An owl-like creature with a ponytail.[10]
Kyouji Asakwa
A guy with red hair.[11]
Yunaha Christie
A purple-haired girl.[12]


Printed media[edit]

On August 31, 2010, a novel based on Prism Rhythm was published by Paradigm.[13] The story was written by RICOTTA.

A four-panel comic strip manga of Prism Rhythm called Lamp of Comic: Prism Rhythm has been published, with a total of five pages. Each page focuses on the protagonist Kazuki interacting with a different heroine, Elsterrier, Kasumi, Lia, Gin and Caroline.[14]

Audio CDs[edit]

The opening theme to Prism Rhythm is 'Pure My Voices' sung by Ave; new. The ending song to Elsterrier's route is 'Prism' sung by Matsutade Mio, Lia's ending song is 'Present' sung by Fujimori Yukina, Kasumi's ending song is 'Dreams' sung by Urakasumi Shino, and Gin's ending song is 'Smile' sung by Nakasehina. Haida Mikage provides the vocals for Caroline's ending theme, 'Spring Snow'. Two discs for Prism Rhythm's original soundtrack have been produced.[15]


On Getchu, Prism Rhythm was ranked first with the highest sales in May, 2010.[16] Then in the following month June, Prism Rhythm's ranking dropped to 26th place.[17] Prism Rhythm came 8th in the sales ranking of the year 2010, whilst Hello, Good-bye came 6th.[18] On PCpress, Prism Rhythm came 5th in the reservation ranking log of April, 2010.[19]


  1. ^ "Prism Rhythm Product Information" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-02-23. 
  2. ^ "Prism Rhythm Limited Edition" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-02-24. 
  3. ^ "Prism Rhythm Character" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-02-24. 
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  13. ^ "Prism Rhythm Novel" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
  14. ^ "Prism Rhythm Comic 01" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-03-25. 
  15. ^ "Prism Rhythm Soundtracks" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
  16. ^ "Prism Rhythm Ranking Sales May 2010" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-03-26. 
  17. ^ "Prism Rhythm Ranking Sales June 2010" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-03-26. 
  18. ^ "Prism Rhythm Ranking Sales 2010" (in Japanese). Retrieved 2014-03-27. 
  19. ^ "Prism Rhythm Reservation Ranking Log" (in Japanese). Archived from the original on June 25, 2011. Retrieved 2014-03-27. 

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