Makoto Furukawa, Tatsuhisa Suzuki, Yuma Uchida and more join Kaikan Phrase CLIMAX -NEXT GENERATION-

There’s a new game project in town, Kaikan Phrase CLIMAX -NEXT GENERATION-.

Kaikan Phrase CLIMAX -NEXT GENERATION- is a new game project developed by GMO Internet based and in the same universe as the popular manga Kaikan ♥ Phrase. This is going to be a spin off to the original Kaikan ♥ PhraseNEXT game.

According to the information released on a special broadcast (video below), the game is fully voiced (with parts recorded using the dummy head mic) and the story is similar in length with a visual novel (over 150.000 words) and quality. The game includes dating simulation and band development elements.

The protagonist is Miu Koharu (player character). She’s a third-year university student that learns about the opening of a national vocal audition and, in a last chance to pursue her dream of being a singer, she decides to participate on it.

The game counts with the following 4 bands.

Λucifer (Lucifer)

The band consists of Masaya Matsukaze, Kenichi Suzumura, Takahiro Sakurai, Shinnichiro Miki and Susumu Chiba. For those that aren’t familiar, this band is featured in the late 90’s romance/drama/music anime “Kaikan Phrase“. They are featured in this game as veterans in the music industry.


The band consists of Ryohei Kimura, Yuma Uchida and Jun Kasama.


The band consists of Tatsuhisa Suzuki, Makoto Furukawa and Natsuki Hanae.


The group consists of Arthur Lounsbery, Daiki KobayashiRyo KikuchiRyo Takizawa and Takahide Ishii.

The cast also counts with Takuya SatoKennosuke IwanagaRyotaro Okiayu, Yuichiro Umehara, Kenji Akabane and Tomokazu Seki. More seiyuu might be added to the cast.

The game is planned for launch in spring 2019 (iOS and android). For more details please check the official website (link below).

SOURCES: Kaikan Phrase CLIMAX -NEXT GENERATION- Official website / Kaikan Project official twitter account

Last updated on 15/11/2018

Vanessa Silva
The Hand That Feeds HQ founder and music reviewer writing about Japanese music since 2010. Also, the only person managing everything The Hand That Feeds HQ related. In 2011, I stumbled upon Mamoru Miyano's "Orpheus". Since then I have been writing about male seiyuu music. You may find me writing almost essays whenever music is really good (not limited to, but it happens a lot with Soma Saito's music). I also host the male seiyuu-centric podcast, SEIYUU LOUNGE (see Spotify link in this profile).





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