How many hakuouki movies are there?
Two films were released in 2013 and 2014. The first was released in August 2013 and on DVD in February 2014. The film is a retelling of both seasons in greater detail and with a slightly different ending. The second film was released on March 8, 2014.
In what order should I watch hakuouki?
To conclude, if you want to watch in chronological order of the show (as opposed to release order), the correct viewing order would be: Hakuouki Reimeiroku. Hakuouki Shinsengumi Kitan. Hakuouki Sekkaroku OVA.
Is Chizuru a boy or girl?
Chizuru is a young woman with brown hair that stops inches below her shoulders with bangs covering her forehead and brown eyes. She dresses as a boy as directed by Toshizo Hijikata to avoid any disruption of order in the organization.
Is hakuouki based on a true story?
Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds is a work of fiction. First and foremost, it’s a visual novel in which you try to woo the handsome bachelors of the Shinsengumi (among a few other men), and major plot points to do with demons and Furies are clearly fictitious. At the same time, its attention to factual record is impeccable.
Is Hakuoki Edo blossoms a sequel?
About This Game This remastered telling of the beloved visual novel Hakuoki series is a continuation of the Hakuoki™: Kyoto Winds story and focuses on the story set in Edo, the second part in this two-part series.
What’s the difference between Kyoto winds and Edo blossoms?
Continuing the tales of the same twelve bachelors from the previous game, Edo Blossoms brings with it a whole lot of new content – whereas the routes in Kyoto Winds had minimal branches, Edo Blossoms is set after the point each bachelor’s story branches, so you’ve effectively got twelve separate stories to play through …
Did Ruka and Kazuya do it?
Ruka boldly announced to Chizuru that she finally entered a sexual relationship with Kazuya — the man that Chizuru is developing romantic feelings for. But the truth is, she never did it with Kazuya — not even once!
Can I play Edo blossoms before Kyoto winds?
Edo Blossoms is part two and the continuation of Kyoto Winds, so I’d always advise against playing it first if you haven’t touched Kyoto Winds at all. Perhaps if you’ve played the older Hakuoki games then you’ll probably get the gist of the story. Otherwise, you will be missing out on a whole lot of stuff.