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Re:Birthday Song ~Koi o Utau Shinigami~


  • Language: English

That song is an offering from the Reapers—a Requiem—very near the boundary between heaven and hell where one's soul returns to. In that place is a school in which Reapers—beings that collect human souls—are developed and trained. Assembled as "Reaper Cadets" at this school are the protagonist and her peers who were once human. There, all possessing the same aspiration of becoming a Reaper, cadets pair up with one another to study in order to become a fully fledged Reaper, but...

The protagonist, Cocoro, wasn't selected by anybody to be her partner as she performed poorly in all disciplines of Reaper study. As a result, she was grouped with other cadets that were falling behind, and was made to take special supplementary lessons. The other attendees of these supplementary lessons are fellow Reaper cadets. It's filled with unique guys, all with their own reasons for attending the school.

Cocoro must choose one of the boys to become partners with, however... With her partner at her side, will she be able to become a fully fledged Reaper?

Or... Will a single tale of love between two underachieving Reaper cadets be woven instead?



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Uh, isn't the "death of protagonist" a little redundant? They're the dead to start with.

(My statement is based off the summary written above, I haven't actually played the game.)

 

Perhaps they can also die as spirits.

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I can't seem to get the game too work, I have changed my system local to Japansk and I did 2 and 3 correct but game open up with Japansk text and closed himself after that.

This error I'm getting http://imagizer.imageshack.com/img923/7840/s3JzTb.png

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I've tried multiple times + the game runs perfectly for me; but no matter what I do I cannot get the english patch to work! :( I replaced the rio.arc file like it said but the game still comes up in Japanese :/ I've tried re-extracting the file and manually deleting the rio.arc file + adding it from the english patch file, downloaded the english patch separately from the translator + added the file from their download to the game, tried to open rio.arc with the game file, but still nothing! I have absolutely NO idea how the Japanese text can be so persistent lol because it still comes up as such after completely deleting the japanese rio.arc file! Am I missing something? Any help would be VERY appreciated :>

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