It was later ported to the PlayStation and given voice acting. The gameplay in To Heart follows a plot line which offers pre-determined scenarios with courses of interaction, and focuses on the appeal of the eight female main characters. The English release of the anime uses the former format. The first manga, which ran between October and December , was based on the original visual novel, and the second manga, which ran between November and July , was based on the anime To Heart: Remember My Memories.
To Heart is a romance visual novel in which the player assumes the role of Hiroyuki Fujita. The text is accompanied by character sprites , which represent who Hiroyuki is talking to, over background art.
Throughout the game, the player encounters CG artwork at certain points in the story, which take the place of the background art and character sprites. A gallery of the viewed CGs and played background music is available on the game's title screen. To Heart follows a branching plot line with multiple endings, and depending on the decisions that the player makes during the game, the plot will progress in a specific direction.
The game divides each school day of the storyline into four segments. These segments illustrate the events that occur during Hiroyuki's commute to school, during school, after school, and after he returns home at the end of each day. At the end of each school day, the player is given the option to navigate to various locations within the game's setting. Every so often, the player will also come to a "decision point", where they are given the chance to choose from multiple options.
Text progression pauses at these points, and depending on the choices that the player makes, the affection rate of the heroine associated with the event will either increase, decrease, or remain the same. The game also contains a bad ending in which the player is unable to pursue the other scenarios. In order to view all of the plot lines, the player will have to replay the game multiple times and make different decisions to progress the plot in an alternate direction. In the versions released since the original, there are six bonus minigames available that serve to lengthen the experience.
The first game is a platform game called "Heart by Heart", in which the player controls a To Heart character in one of the thirty static, non-moving levels. The minigame also features a two-player variation, in which the players may compete or cooperate with each other within the game's levels.
The second, " ", is a puzzle game in which the player gains points by forming and eliminating lines of three or more blocks of the same shape. The player achieves this by swapping the preexisting blocks in the game's screen with those in a bank of blocks allotted to them.
After completing Shizuku and Kizuato , main planner and scenario writer Tatsuya Takahashi began conceptualizing the third entry to the Leaf Visual Novel Series, which would later become To Heart. The two originally considered creating the story and characters entirely by themselves, but after Minazuki expressed his concern that having only six heroines is not enough to exemplify a romance theme, the two asked writer Saki Aomura and illustrator Hisashi Kawata to assist in the project's development.
His heart was filled with memories he cannot recollect. He was told he has lost his memory after gaining consciousness at the hospital. His new friend who happened to be the doctor helping him get his memories back ended up falling in love with him.
She found his diary which was an asset to help him with his past, the bad part was she disclosed informations which will make her loose her new found love. She was not ready to disclose what the diary entails; as the doctor in charge to give him therapy puts her in a tight spot. What does the diary entails.
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