Robotics;Notes


Robotics;Notes Japanese: ロボティクス・ノーツ, Hepburn: Robotikusu Nōtsu is a Japanese visual novel developed and published by 5pb The game was released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 video game consoles on June 28, 2012, with a PlayStation Vita port released on June 26, 2014 under the title Robotics;Notes Elite It is the third game in 5pb's Science Adventure series following Chaos;Head and Steins;Gate and is described as an "Augmented Science Adventure" 拡張科学アドベンチャー, Kakuchō Kagaku Adobenchā1 Six manga have been produced, and an anime adaptation by Production IG aired in Fuji TV's Noitamina slot between October 2012 and March 2013 The anime has been licensed by Funimation in North America

Contents

  • 1 Gameplay
  • 2 Plot
    • 21 Story
    • 22 Setting and themes
    • 23 Characters
  • 3 Development and release
  • 4 Related media
    • 41 Manga
    • 42 Anime
  • 5 Reception
  • 6 Notes
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links

Gameplayedit

Robotics;Notes is a science fiction visual novel in which the player follows the perspective of multiple characters, mainly Kaito Yashio Its gameplay requires little player interaction as much of the game's duration is spent on reading the text that appears on the screen,2 which represents the story's narrative and dialogue The text is accompanied by 3D animated character models, which represent whom Kaito or Akiho is talking to, and 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 models Robotics;Notes 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

Throughout the narrative sequences in which the player follows Kaito, the player may activate the Poke-com Trigger ポケコントリガー, Pokekon Torigā, which replaces Steins;Gate's Phone Trigger system and allows the player to use the applications installed on Kaito's tablet computer23 These applications include Deluoode Map, a map application; Twipo ツイぽ, Tsuipo, a Twitter-like social networking application, which the player may use to reply to other characters' tweets with predetermined responses;23 and Iru-wo 居る夫。, Iruo, an augmented reality image recognition application which the player may use to examine the environment and information tagged on characters or objects23

Plotedit

Storyedit

In Robotics;Notes, the player assumes the role of Kaito Yashio, someone who enjoys fighting games4 He is in his school's robot club5 The story begins when the protagonist finds out that one of Robotics;Notes' main heroines is actually a genius programmer who created the game engine for a world-renowned fighting game5 The main character then decides that he wants to create a robot based around command inputs and motion capture technology5 He decides to go to the karate club to look for someone to perform the motion capture sequences5

Setting and themesedit

Robotics;Notes is set in 2019 on Tanegashima,4 an island to the south of Kyūshū in southern Japan6 The game's theme is robots1567 and the question "What would happen if you really tried to make a giant robot"8

Charactersedit

Kaito Yashio 八汐 海翔, Yashio Kaito Voiced by: Ryohei Kimura Japanese; Clifford Chapin English The protagonist who constantly plays the fighting game Kill-Ballad and is a member of his school's robotics club After the Anemone-gou Incident he suffers from spasms in which time seems to be moving extremely slow for him He is not interested in robots, and is only a member of the club to be by Akiho's side, as Misaki left her to him before she left the island Akiho Senomiya 瀬乃宮 あき穂, Senomiya Akiho Voiced by: Yoshino Nanjō Japanese; Lindsay Seidel English The main heroine and the only other member and chairman of the robotics club at the beginning She is Kaito's childhood best friend After the Anemone-gou Incident she suffers from spasms in which time seems to be moving extremely fast for her Her dream is to complete the giant robot Gan-tsuku started by Misaki Subaru Hidaka 日高 昴, Hidaka Subaru / Mr Pleiades ミスター・プレアデス, Misutā Pureadesu Voiced by: Yoshimasa Hosoya Japanese; Jarrod Greene English A second-year student in the same school as Kaito and Akiho He won the Robo-One championship several years ago and as a result Akiho tries to get him to join the robotics club, but he refuses because his father got him to promise he'd stop playing with robots in high school and become a fisherman after graduating Kaito blackmails him into joining the club with Mr Pleiades' identity Frau Koujiro 神代 フラウ, Kōjiro Furau / Kona Furugōri 古郡 こな, Furugōri Kona9 Voiced by: Kaori Nazuka Japanese; Leah Clark English Creator of Kill-Ballad and daughter of director of Gunvarrel It is revealed that Gunvarrel was a propaganda tool being used to brainwash the masses, and when the staff of Gunvarrel discovered this they were killed by the Committee of 300 All that Frau knows is that her mother went missing and was last seen in Tanegashima, and comes to the island in search of clues Junna Daitoku 大徳 淳和, Daitoku Junna Voiced by: Sora Tokui Japanese; Monica Rial English One of the members of the Robotics Club and a karate member Airi Yukifune 行舟 愛理, Yukifune Airi Voiced by: Rie Kugimiya Japanese; Apphia Yu English An AI existing within Iru-O created by Kimijima, with another personality Gezi that is used by him to collect information She subconsciously spies on Kaito for Kimijima She was originally a girl with an incurable illness whose body was put into deep sleep in hopes that she could be cured with future medical technology When the Iru-O servers are rebooted on Christmas Airi's personality is erased and Gezi returns to Kimijima's side Misaki Senomiya 瀬乃宮 みさ希, Senomiya Misaki Voiced by: Kikuko Inoue Japanese; Caitlin Glass English Akiho's sister During the Anemone-gou Incident she discovered what Kimijima was doing and killed him, but ever since has been brainwashed by his cyber-ghost Mizuka Irei 伊禮 瑞榎, Irei Mizuka Voiced by: Takako Honda Japanese; Lydia Mackay English Misaki's best friend After Kimijima was killed she discovered the body and hid it, which resulted in Misaki not being blamed for the murder She dies when her HUG is driven berserk by the Committee of 300 and she falls off a cliff Mitsuhiko Nagafukada 長深田 充彦, Nagafukada Mitsuhiko Voiced by: Yōji Ueda Japanese; Robert McCollum English Childhood friend of Misaki and Mizuka, and the teacher in charge of the robotics club Kaoruko Usui 臼井 薫子, Usui Kaoruko Voiced by: Toshiko Sawada Japanese; Linda Leonard English The head teacher of Kaito's school Tetsuharu Fujita 藤田 鉄治, Fujita Tetsuharu Voiced by: Nobuaki Fukuda Japanese; R Bruce Elliott English Also known by the name "Doc" Owner of the shop "Robo Clinic" which deals in robot parts Junna's grandfather He creates most of the important components used in the Robot Club's creations Kō Kimijima 君島 コウ, Kimijima Kō Voiced by: Toshiyuki Morikawa Japanese; Eric Vale English The author of the Kimijima Reports, who died several years ago It turns out that he works for the Committee of 300 and caused the Anemone-gou incident which was in fact an experiment that would have killed all the test subjects; This was stopped by Misaki who killed him However before his death he uploaded his consciousness to the internet and lives on through Iru-o, and now plans to execute the Committee's plans by inducing a massive solar flare that will kill the majority of the population of Earth He uses the Kimijima Reports to manipulate people, and he has Geji-nee and Misaki who was brainwashed by him do his bidding in the virtual and real worlds respectively In the end he is defeated by Kai using a virus created to destroy him by Daru Ken'ichirō Senomiya 瀬乃宮 健一郎, Senomiya Ken'ichirō Voiced by: Takehiro Koyama Japanese; Bradley Campbell English Akiho and Misaki's father and head of the local branch of JAXA Sumio Nagafukada 長深田 澄夫, Nagafukada Sumio Voiced by: Tetsuo Kanao Japanese; David Wald English Mitsuhiko's uncle and president of Space Ame company He funds the Gan-Tsuku projects in exchange for publicity the company name displayed on the robots Hiromu Hidaka 日高 宏武, Hidaka Hiromu Voiced by: Hiroyuki Kinoshita Japanese; Bill Jenkins English Subaru's father Opposes his son's interest in robots and wants him to join him as a fisherman after graduation from high school Toshiyuki Sawada 澤田 敏行, Sawada Toshiyuki Voiced by: Shinichiro Miki Japanese; Chuck Huber English A son of a member of the Committee of 300, who actually works against them and has founded a secret organization which includes the characters of Steins;Gate and Chaos;Head to resist them Nae Tennōji 天王寺 綯, Tennōji Nae Voiced by: Ayano Yamamoto Japanese; Brina Palencia English A returning character from Steins;Gate who is now 20 and works for JAXA DaSH Itaru Hashida, a returning character from Steins;Gate Like Nae as well as the other Steins;Gate and Chaos;Head characters, he now works for Sawada's secret organization When it is revealed that Iru-o cannot be trusted as it was created by Kimijima, he creates a replacement, "DG297 3rd Edition ver411" He also creates the virus which defeats Kimijima He does not have any speaking roles, however, and is only mentioned in passing As of 2019, he is already married and has a daughter "DaSH" is read "Daru the Super Hacker", but he temporarily calls himself "DaSP" "Daru the Super Programmer" in the final chapter

Development and releaseedit

The planning and original concept and basic story of Robotics;Notes was headed by Shikura810 Naotaka Hayashi is the scenario writer for the game and Tatsuya Matsubara the producer1 The character designs are done by Tomonori Fukuda and the mechanical designs are done by Makoto Ishiwata4 The composer of the game is Takeshi Abo4 Shikura had been working on the game since as early as July 20101112 The team received development support from the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency,5678 and according to Shikura, this allowed the game's sciences and themes to better reflect reality5 Nitroplus also provided assistance with the game4 Robotics;Notes features 3D visuals,7 and the development team were aiming for high quality 3D models like Catherine and Idolmaster 213

Robotics;Notes was first announced through 5pb's official website on December 22, 2010, noting that details about the game would appear in the interview with Chiyomaru Shikura, the CEO of 5pb, featured in the issue of Famitsu magazine that was being sold on the same day10 Robotics;Notes is the third entry in the Science Adventure series58 following the release of Chaos;Head in 2008 and Steins;Gate in 20097 When the target platform for the game had not yet been announced, Shikura had said that they were not going to let down the fans who have supported their past works in the Science Adventure series568 He also stated that said they were aiming for a release some time in 2011578 The game was released for both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on June 28, 201214 The PlayStation 3 version allows support for Remote Play with the PlayStation Vita A PlayStation Vita port was released on June 26, 2014 under the title Robotics;Notes Elite, featuring new features and additional animated scenes1516 Characters in the enhanced version will be remodeled, and new animated video scenes are introduced17

Related mediaedit

Robotics;Notes
ロボティクス・ノーツ
Robotikusu Nōtsu
Genre Romance, science fiction, thriller
Anime television series
Directed by Kazuya Nomura
Produced by Tatsuya Masubara
Written by Jukki Hanada
Music by Takeshi Abo
Yuki Hayashi
Asami Tachibana
Studio Production IG
Licensed by AUS Madman Entertainment NA Funimation UK Manga Entertainment
Original network Fuji TV Noitamina
Original run October 11, 2012 – March 21, 2013
Episodes 22 List of episodes
Anime and Manga portal

Mangaedit

A manga adaptation, titled Robotics;Notes and illustrated by Keiji Asakawa, was serialized Mag Garden's Monthly Comic Blade magazine between the March 2012 and September 2014 issues1819 The series was collected in six tankōbon volumes, released between July 10, 201220 and September 10, 201421 A second manga, titled Robotics;Notes Phantom Snow and illustrated by Gō, began serialization in Enterbrain's Famitsu Comic Clear online magazine on July 26, 2012citation needed As of September 14, 2013, there have been two tankōbon volumes of it released22 A third manga, titled Robotics;Notes Revival Legacy and illustrated by Tatsuya Shihara, began serialization in the September 2012 issue of Shueisha's Ultra Jump magazine2324 The series has also been compiled into three tankōbon volumes released between December 19, 2012, and January 17, 20142526

A fourth manga, titled Robotics;Notes Dream Seekera and illustrated by Tsuzuri Yuno, began serialization in the October 2012 issue of Square Enix's Monthly Shōnen Gangan magazine27 Its first volume was released on September 21, 201328 A fifth manga, titled Robotics;Notes Side Junna: Chiisana Natsu no Monogatarib and illustrated by artist NB, began serialization in the November 2012 issue of Kadokawa Shoten's Shōnen Ace magazine The first volume of Side Junna was released on November 26, 2012,29 and a second one, on April 25, 201330 A sixth manga, titled Robotics; Notes Pleiades Ambition and illustrated by Tokumo Sora, began serialization in the November 2012 issue of Media Factory's Monthly Comic Alive magazine31 As of July 27, 2013, there have been three tankōbon volumes of it released32

Animeedit

See also: List of Robotics;Notes episodes

An anime television series, produced by Production IG, aired in Fuji TV's Noitamina slot between October 11, 2012 and March 21, 20133334 The opening theme for episodes 1 to 11 is "Junjō Spectra"c by Zwei and the ending theme is "Umikaze no Brave"d by Fumika For episode 12 onwards the opening theme is "Hōkyō no Messiah"e by Haruki and the ending theme is "Topology"f by Kanako Itō Funimation has licensed the anime for streaming on their website starting October 12, 201235

Receptionedit

Famitsu gave the PlayStation Vita port Robotics;Notes Elite a review score of 30/4036

Notesedit

  1. ^ Robotics;Notes Dream Seeker Robotics;Notes ドリームシーカー
  2. ^ Robotics;Notes Side Junna: Chiisana Natsu no Monogatari Robotics;Notes Side Junna: 小さな夏のものがたり
  3. ^ "Junjō Spectra" 純情スペクトラ, Junjō Supekutora, Naive Spectra
  4. ^ "Umikaze no Brave" 海風のブレイブ, Umikaze no Bureibu, The Ocean Breeze's Brave
  5. ^ "Hōkyō no Messiah" 咆筺のメシア, Hōkyō no Meshia, Law of Messiah
  6. ^ "Topology" トポロジー, Toporojī

Referencesedit

  1. ^ a b c 科学アドベンチャーシリーズ第3弾『ロボティクス・ノーツ』のティザームービーを独占公開!【映像配信】 in Japanese Famitsu December 29, 2010 
  2. ^ a b c d Robotics;Notes Instruction Manual 5pb June 28, 2012 
  3. ^ a b c 『ロボティクス・ノーツ』遊びの幅を広げる新システム【4日連続第3弾】 Robotics;Notes New System That Expands the Gameplay's Scale in Japanese Famitsu August 11, 2011 Retrieved June 26, 2012 
  4. ^ a b c d e 『ロボティクス・ノーツ』科学アドベンチャーシリーズ第3弾ついに情報解禁!! in Japanese Famitsu 2011-08-04 Retrieved 2011-08-04 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Gantayat, Anoop December 29, 2010 "Robotics;Notes Teaser Trailer" andriasang 
  6. ^ a b c d Gantayat, Anoop December 20, 2010 "Tetsuya Nomura details the January press conference BlazBlue and Classic Dungeon sequels for PSP" andriasang 
  7. ^ a b c d e Gantayat, Anoop December 20, 2010 "5pb Progressing With Hideo Kojima and Suda 51 Tie-up Project" andriasang 
  8. ^ a b c d e f "5pbが科学アドベンチャーシリーズ第3弾ロボティクス・ノーツを始動" in Japanese Livedoor December 23, 2010 
  9. ^ "TV ANIMATION ROBOTICS;NOTES【TVアニメーション「ロボティクス・ノーツ」" Aniplex Retrieved January 4, 2013 
  10. ^ a b 科学アドベンチャーシリーズ第3弾『ロボティクス・ノーツ』始動! in Japanese 5pb December 22, 2010 
  11. ^ Gantayat, Anoop July 17, 2010 "Hideo Kojima Working With 5pb CEO On New Adventure Game" andriasang 
  12. ^ "「Steins;Gate」の開発元5pbの志倉氏らが考えるコンテンツ戦略――"原作"たり得る表現メディアとしてのノベルゲーム" in Japanese 4Gamernet July 17, 2010 
  13. ^ Gantayat, Anoop February 17, 2011 "5pb Announces New Adventure Games" andriasang Retrieved March 1, 2011 
  14. ^ "Robotics;Notes Game Slated for June 28" Anime News Network February 21, 2012 Retrieved March 30, 2012 
  15. ^ "【先出し週刊ファミ通】タイトルも新たに『ロボティクス・ノーツ エリート』がPS Vitaで登場(2014年3月13日発売号)" in Japanese Famitsu March 11, 2014 Retrieved March 11, 2014 
  16. ^ "Robotics;Notes Game Gets PS Vita Port This Winter" Anime News Network July 24, 2013 Retrieved July 24, 2013 
  17. ^ "Robotics;Notes has new anime, updated 3D models on PS Vita" Gematsu March 28, 2014 Retrieved March 29, 2014 
  18. ^ "科学ADV第3弾「ROBOTICS;NOTES」浅川圭司がマンガ化" Third Science Adventure "Robotics;Notes" Gets a Manga by Keiji Asakawa in Japanese Comic Natalie January 30, 2012 Retrieved March 31, 2012 
  19. ^ "Robotics;Notes Manga to End in July" Anime News Network June 30, 2014 Retrieved September 10, 2014 
  20. ^ "Robotics;Notes 01" in Japanese Amazoncojp Retrieved October 28, 2012 
  21. ^ "ROBOTICS;NOTES 6完 BLADE COMICS" in Japanese Amazoncojp Retrieved September 10, 2014 
  22. ^ "ROBOTICS;NOTES Phantom Snow2 ファミ通クリアコミックス" in Japanese Amazoncojp Retrieved September 10, 2013 
  23. ^ "Robotics;Notes Manga Adaptation Announced" Anime News Network June 18, 2012 Retrieved June 18, 2012 
  24. ^ "「ROBOTICS;NOTES」天才腐女子・神代フラウの物語始動" A Robotics;Notes Story of Genius Fujoshi Frau Kojiro Begins in Japanese Natalie August 18, 2012 Retrieved September 17, 2012 
  25. ^ "ROBOTICS;NOTES Revival Legacy 1 ヤングジャンプコミックス・ウルトラ" in Japanese Amazoncojp Retrieved January 17, 2014 
  26. ^ "ROBOTICS;NOTES REVIBAL LEGACY 3 ジャンプコミックス" in Japanese Amazoncojp Retrieved September 10, 2013 
  27. ^ "「ROBOTICS;NOTES」瀬乃宮あき穂の物語がガンガンで" A Robotics;Notes Akiho Senomiya Story in Gangan in Japanese Natalie September 12, 2012 Retrieved September 17, 2012 
  28. ^ "ROBOTICS;NOTES ドリームシーカー2 ガンガンコミックス" in Japanese Amazoncojp Retrieved September 10, 2013 
  29. ^ "Robotics;Notes Side Junna:小さな夏のものがたり 1" Robotics;Notes Side Junna: Chiisana Natsu no Monogatari in Japanese Amazoncojp Retrieved October 28, 2012 
  30. ^ "ROBOTICS;NOTES Side Junna:小さな夏のものがたり -2 カドカワコミックス・エース" Amazoncojp Retrieved September 10, 2013 
  31. ^ "最新コミカライズ『Robotics;Notes -Pleiades Ambition-』新規カット公開! アニメ試写会情報も!!" The Latest Comic Version Robotics; Notes -Pleiades Ambition- Newly Opens! There's Also News About the Anime Preview Party!! in Japanese Media Factory September 10, 2012 Retrieved September 17, 2012 
  32. ^ "ROBOTICS;NOTES -Pleiades Ambition- 3 アライブコミックス" Amazoncojp Retrieved September 10, 2013 
  33. ^ "Robotics;Notes Anime Series Coming to Noitamina in October" Anime News Network March 30, 2012 Retrieved March 30, 2012 
  34. ^ 『ロボティクス・ノーツ』2012年10月にノイタミナ枠でアニメ化決定 Robotics;Notes Gets an Anime on Noitamina in October 2012 in Japanese Famitsu March 30, 2012 Retrieved March 30, 2012 
  35. ^ "Funimation Streams Code:Breaker, Kamisama Kiss, Jormungand, Psycho-Pass, Robotics;Notes, Oniai" Anime News Network October 9, 2012 Retrieved October 9, 2012 
  36. ^ "Famitsu Review Scores: Issue 1332" Gematsu June 17, 2014 Retrieved June 17, 2014 

External linksedit

  • Visual novel official website Japanese
  • Anime official website Japanese
  • Robotics;Notes anime at Anime News Network's encyclopedia
  • "Robotics;Notes" The Visual Novel Database 


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