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Tenshi no Uta

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Mode(s)  Single-player
Developer  Telenet Japan
Initial release date  29 July 1994
Publisher  Telenet Japan
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Designer(s)  Katsuya Inoue Kazuya Ishizuka Takayuki Kohno
Composer(s)  Motoi Sakuraba Shinji Tamura Hiroya Hatsushiba
Genre(s)  Role-playing video game
Platform  Super Nintendo Entertainment System
Similar  Telenet Japan games, Role-playing video games

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Tenshi No Uta (天使の詩, lit. "Angel's Song") is a role-playing video game series produced by Telenet Japan. The series has a motif of Celtic mythology, while with the theme of the love between man and woman.

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The series contains three titles: Tenshi No Uta (天使の詩) (1991), Tenshi no Uta II: Datenshi no Sentaku (天使の詩II 堕天使の選択, lit. "- Selection of the Fallen Angel") (1993), and Tenshi No Uta: Shiroki Tsubasa no Inori (天使の詩 〜白き翼の祈り〜, lit. "- Prayer of the White Wings") (1994).

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Angel's Song

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Tenshi No Uta (天使の詩) was released on 25 October 1991 for PC-Engine Super CD-ROM². Characters were designed by Hiroshi Fuji (冨士宏).

Selection of the Fallen Angel

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Tenshi no Uta II: Datenshi no Sentaku (天使の詩II 堕天使の選択, lit. "- Selection of the Fallen Angel") was released on 26 March 1993, and also released for Super CD-ROM². The game setting in a 100-year-after parallel universe of its predecessor. Characters were designed by Nobuteru Yūki.

Prayer of the White Wing

Tenshi No Uta: Shiroki Tsubasa no Inori (天使の詩 〜白き翼の祈り〜, lit. "- Prayer of the White Wings") is a video game published by Telenet Japan for the Super Famicom in 1994. It is the third episode in the Tenshi no Uta RPG series, but is not a true sequel to the first and second episodes previously released on the PC Engine. Many members of Wolfteam were involved with this project. It is the first time that Wolfteam members worked with many workers getting transferred from the Riot subsidiary.

Series regular Michiko Naruke was not tasked to compose for the game, so instead the music and sound design were provided by Wolfteam members Motoi Sakuraba, Shinji Tamura, and Hiroya Hatsushiba.

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References

Tenshi no Uta Wikipedia


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