2015 Muv-Luv Localization Official Poll
In light of Degacia and IXTL's decision to launch a Kickstarter campaign for the localization of the Muv-Luv trilogy (Extra, Unlimited, and Alternative) in English, a poll has been set up to determine which aspects of Age's franchises fans are the most interested in, and if they would like to see additional in-game content.
To participate in the franchise localization & feature poll, Click Here.
A second poll for bonus physical Kickstarter content has been opened, to find the poll Click Here.
What is Muv-Luv?Edit
Muv-Luv (マブラヴ, Mabu Ravu) is a multimedia franchise by âge spanning various Visual Novels, Light Novels, Mangas and a sidestory Anime series. Three main games in the series are:
|Muv-Luv Extra||Muv-Luv Unlimited||Muv-Luv Alternative|
The original Muv-Luv was released in February 28th, 2003, which contains Extra & Unlimited. Its sequel, Muv-Luv Alternative, followed nearly 3 years later and was released in February 24th, 2006.
|Total Eclipse||The Day After||Euro Front||Schwarzesmarken|
Since then, several more related series have been released, each covering a different aspect of the Muv-Luv universe.
The primary medium by which Muv-Luv was first produced, as a visual novel. Outside of the main series, many of the side-stories set in the world of Muv-Luv are often released in a combined bundle, regardless of whether they are related to each other or not; many have also been released more than once, and together with different stories. This page lists each release done by âge, and the games that come with them.
Many of the stories in Muv-Luv share the same world, especially those set in the Unlimited/Alternative timelines. Explore the history and development of events that have transpired in the Muv-Luv universe, as well as its technological and geopolitical aspects.
Several stories set in the Muv-Luv universe have been published, as well as supplementary guidebooks detailing the creation of the world setting, and the creative process that went into the production of this series.
Several lines of merchandise have been produced under the series' name, ranging from character/TSF figurines and model kits to clothing.
Some of the first TSF-related merchandise were TSF figurines, the A3 series by Volks being one of the most prolific. In recent times, there have also been releases by Revoltech, as well as new Volks products, in the area of poseable TSF figurines.
TSF model kits are mainly produced by Kotobukiya. However, Volks had also released a Type-00 resin kit during the visual novel's debut.
Numerous character figurines have been produced since the beginning of the series. While the first character figurines were collectibles by Volks, recent releases include Figma's poseable figurines and statuettes by Goodsmile.
Collections of music and singles in each of the games/productions in the Muv-Luv series.
Because nothing beats stalking school teachers late at night, right?
The people who have worked on Muv-Luv, from the creative crew to the singers and composers that have provided the music for the series.
The various fan works that have been recognized and released by âge, as well as well-known fan reactions to the series proper.
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Comment: If 207 page is correct in its order, then 04 is Kei. But there is no reason to assume that they are all in the same squadron during that sequence.
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- Talk:Shirogane Takeru
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Comment: Re: last edit. Just double checked, my bad. He was just screaming the same lines he screamed during his PTSD relapse "bla bla leave our solar...
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Comment: I'm conflicted between wanting her dead because it would be in line with TDAs depressive tone (it will make me more likely to connect with the story...