Jun Maeda’s iconic novel, Visual Art’s/Key, released in 1999, has had two separate television anime adaptations.
Kodoani.com – Visual Art’s/Key announced that they will be releasing visual novels Kanon for Nintendo Switch on April 20.
The game will feature full voice acting. There will also be color adjustment and HD resolution.
Kanon was the debut work of visual novel company Visual Art’s/Key, and remains one of their most iconic works. The game originally launched on PC in 1999. Visual novel fans consider it one of the first “nakige” (games that make you cry), focusing on a tragic yet emotional storyline with female characters. cute hero. Naoki Hisaya and Jun Maeda wrote the game, and Maeda also composed the music. Itaru Hinoue drew the character designs. Since the game was first released in 1999, the game has been ported to various platforms.
The novel inspired a 2002 television anime adaptation by Toei Animation, as well as the 2003 Kanon Kazahana OVA also by Toei Animation. In 2006, Kyoto Animation produced a new television anime adaptation. ADV Films released the anime on DVD in 2008, and Funimation completed the release in 2009.