In the official Twitter account for the Developer Circus company, it was announced that a special project will be carried out to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the visual novel da Capo. The statement included the opening of an official site, but no more details have been revealed.
The announcement also includes a countdown that, at the time of writing this article shows 336 hours remaining, so it will end at 00:00 on April 16 (standard time of Japan). On the other hand, Da Capo is a visual novel for adults developed by Circus and originally released for Microsoft Windows on June 26, 2002. Since then there has been a wide variety of releases for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation platforms over the years. Like any visual novel, Da Capo offers different ways of development according to the decisions made by the player.
In addition, it has been numerous adaptations to other means. Two manga series were published between 2003 and 2006 through Kadokawa Comptiq magazine by different artists, as well as two adaptations to animate in 2003 and 2005 produced by different studies, each with 26 episodes. Additionally, the franchise has two radio programs, five novels, four CD dramas and a series of ovas.
Original Synopsis of Da Capo
Da Capo focuses on Junichi Asakura, who lives with his adoptive sister Nemu in Hatsune, a fictional island in the form of half a moon where cherry trees flourish throughout the year, where Kazami Academy (風 見 学園, Kazami Gakuen is attended ). On this island, people have mysterious powers and attributes, from the magical cherry tree that does not witness. Junichi can see the dreams of other people, while one of her friends, Kotori Shirakawa, is an idol at school that can "read the mind". One day, to Junichi's surprise, her cousin Sakura Yoshino returns from the United States suddenly, and it looks exactly as the same girl who moved six years ago and has not aged a little. She returned to remind Junichi the promise of her childhood.
Source: official site