Which song moved you the most?

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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by a1fox3 » Sat Jul 21, 2018 10:55 pm

I like all of the song's in the VN.

I may be one of the lucky ones in that my short term memory is all screwed up and I forget everything about this VN in about 3 weeks.
I leave sticky-notes on my screen for VN's that I love to play over and over again.

I found this VN only 40 days ago and have replayed it well over 60 times now. (12 complete play through only doing 1 Kenji to get 100% completions.) (Last one was about a week ago and I have already forgot a lot of it.)
I will end up playing this well over 100 more times just this year alone, (20 complete play through) . :D
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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by Imperial_Sheep » Sun Jul 22, 2018 10:54 pm

I would have to say Wiosna. It reminds me of the VN in its entirety. It's the first song you hear. It brings to mind a relaxing spring afternoon reading a book.

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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by Celtar » Thu Apr 09, 2020 2:28 am

Imperial_Sheep wrote:
Sun Jul 22, 2018 10:54 pm
I would have to say Wiosna. It reminds me of the VN in its entirety. It's the first song you hear. It brings to mind a relaxing spring afternoon reading a book.

Wiosna was a really nice song that was just a relaxing tune to listen to, and it played into the calm moments of the VN which gave it a really homey comfy feeling to the experience.

I revisit this forum now and again, I like to hear peoples different opinions on their favoruite song and reasonings. I still love this game so much and the OST is still something I love listening to still.

Hope everyone stays safe during the Covid-19 outbreak and stays inside, maybe even play some more Katawa Shoujo :)

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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by Oddball » Wed Apr 15, 2020 2:10 am

I think Jitter (the theme from Hanako's animation) packs the most emotional punch.

Cold Iron stands out too.

On a more positive side... Concord and Lullaby of Open Eyes.
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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by Akko2099 » Sat Apr 25, 2020 9:59 pm

Breathlessly

and

Letting my heart speak.

Both stayed with me even after finishing the game.
Rin > Hanako > Lilly > Emi > Misha > Saki > Miki > Yuuko > Akira > Hideaki > Kenji > Shizune

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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by fsnowdin » Thu Nov 26, 2020 5:33 am

Air Guitar seems to be woefully underrated here compared to Breathlessly or Moment of Decision (though I do love them btw).

I really have no idea when I started to love the simple melody of Air Guitar. If I have to say it, it's when the song played during the stroll through the forest path with Lilly and Hanako in Hokkaido. It's peaceful and unimaginably simple yet captivating. The song itself only lasts just a bit longer than a minute but somehow even after hundreds of listens ingame and after I finished Katawa Shoujo, the song still brings me tranquility every single time the guitar notes slowly starts to come in.

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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by Razoredge » Thu Nov 26, 2020 10:58 am

Concord on a positive side, this song is wonderful.

On a more negative side, Moment of Decision and Cold Iron....
Lilly = Akira > Miki = Hanako > Emi > Rin > Shizune

Stuff I'm currently writing : Beyond the haze : A Lilly Satou pseudo-route, Lullaby of an open heart : A Saki pseudo-route & Sakura Blossom : A way with Hisao

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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by fsnowdin » Thu Nov 26, 2020 12:46 pm

Razoredge wrote:
Thu Nov 26, 2020 10:58 am
Concord on a positive side, this song is wonderful.

On a more negative side, Moment of Decision and Cold Iron....
Concord always make me tear up a bit inside every time I hear it, especially when the middle part comes in. Good times were had with the wonderful Lilly.

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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by Razoredge » Thu Nov 26, 2020 1:34 pm

Best song from the OST, period.
Lilly = Akira > Miki = Hanako > Emi > Rin > Shizune

Stuff I'm currently writing : Beyond the haze : A Lilly Satou pseudo-route, Lullaby of an open heart : A Saki pseudo-route & Sakura Blossom : A way with Hisao

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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by fsnowdin » Fri Nov 27, 2020 2:08 am

Razoredge wrote:
Thu Nov 26, 2020 1:34 pm
Best song from the OST, period.
Nah, that title obviously belong to the infamous To Become One.

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Re: Which song moved you the most?

Post by StillHere3603 » Tue Jan 05, 2021 1:39 am

fsnowdin wrote:
Thu Nov 26, 2020 5:33 am
Air Guitar seems to be woefully underrated here compared to Breathlessly or Moment of Decision (though I do love them btw).

I really have no idea when I started to love the simple melody of Air Guitar. If I have to say it, it's when the song played during the stroll through the forest path with Lilly and Hanako in Hokkaido. It's peaceful and unimaginably simple yet captivating. The song itself only lasts just a bit longer than a minute but somehow even after hundreds of listens ingame and after I finished Katawa Shoujo, the song still brings me tranquility every single time the guitar notes slowly starts to come in.
I agree. Air Guitar also really does define the tranquil side of Rin's route with Hisao exploring the art room or taking in the mural's details or listening to Sae and Nomiya talking about art and artists. It's like a light hearted "take in the surroundings and details" piece that very much compliments the route's observant nature. There are some other pieces that are also like this. The soundtrack of the game manages to effectively cover and show the wide spectrum of emotion ranging from tranquil to warm and driven to tensed. It's really nice.

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