Dunamis 15


Dunamis 15
Dunamis 15
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Developer(s) 5pb.[1]
Publisher(s) 5pb.[1]
Producer(s) Kazuhiro Ichikawa[2]
Hajime Kanasugi[2]
Designer(s) Megumi Nagahama[1]
(character designer)
Platform(s) PlayStation 3[1]
Xbox 360[1]
Release date(s)
  • JP September 15, 2011[3]
Genre(s) Adventure
Thriller
Visual Novel
Mode(s) Single-player
Media/distribution Blu-ray Disc
DVD-ROM

Dunamis 15 (デュナミス15 Dyunamisu 15?) is a suspense adventure game that is being developed and published by 5pb. for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game features five chapters and five main characters. Dunamis 15 was released in Japan on September 15, 2011[3].

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Gameplay

Dunamis 15 uses a game system called "multi site system," which has the player switches off between main characters depending on where their player is in the story. Time in the game will loop, so the player will end up experiencing the same story repeatedly. The player will need to follow the proper route in order to escape from this loop.[2]

The game has five chapters, each told from the perspective of a different main character.[2]

Plot

Setting

Dunamis 15 is set in a world slightly in the future where a nuclear explosion has caused genetic mutations. All the students at Ceres Academy are clones who were created as materials for cloning technology research. Some events happened, which caused the students to rebel.

Story

Tōgo Takatsuki is leading a boring life at Ceres Academy, located on an isolated island called Dunamis Base. One day, while rushing to class after having overslept, Tōgo stumbles upon a mysterious girl in the school hallway. This brief encounter then changes Tōgo's life forever.[2]

Characters

Tōgo Takatsuki (高槻東吾 Takatsuki Tōgo?)
Voiced by: Hiroki Tōchi
Tōgo has the highest grade at Dunamis Base. He's scheduled to graduate next year, but has yet to have a clear vision for the future.[2]
Nanao Oka (陸 七生 Oka Nanao?)
Voiced by: Yuto Suzuki
Nanao likes to sneak into the girl's dorm. He's popular amongst the female students and will interact with any girl.[2]
Ichika Yamato (倭 一花 Yamato Ichika?)
Voiced by: Sumi Shimamoto
Ichika is an excellent student. She's humorous and is well liked by male students and teachers. She has no particular concern.[2]
Manami Gotō (後藤眞波 Gotō Manami?)
Voiced by: Sakura Tange
Manami is a precocious girl who wants to fall in love. It seems that she will be going after Tōgo.[2]
Chihaya Setsu (世津茅早 Setsu Chihaya?)
Voiced by: Minori Chihara
Chihaya is an exchange student from the main island. Due to a genetic mutation, her growth has stopped. She is described as a "cool girl".[2]

Music

The game will have an opening theme; キミがボクなら (Kimi ga Boku nara) performed by Kokomi, an ending theme; Promised Land by Asami Imai, and a "grand ending"; 刻印~tattoo~ (Kokuin ~tattoo~) by Naomi Tamura.[2]

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