Fate/stay night 15th Celebration Project begins

PC visual novel was released 15 years ago today.

Fate/stay night 15th Celebration Project

Aniplex has announced the “Fate/stay night 15th Celebration Project.”

Fate/stay night is a visual novel developed by Type-Moon and released for PC on January 30, 2004. It was originally released as an ages 18 and up title, but received an all ages version when it was ported to PlayStation 2 in 2007. The game would later also be released for PS Vita, iOS, and Android.

The Fate/stay night 15th Celebration Project will include of a series of events, starting with the “Type-Moon Exhibition: Fate/stay night 15 Year Trails” this winter at Sony Music Roppongi Museum in Roppongi, Tokyo. More events will be announced at a later date.

An official website and Twitter account for the Fate/stay night 15th Celebration Project have also been launched. The website includes congratulation messages from the following:

  • Kinoko Nasu (Type-Moon scenario writer, Fate/stay night supervision, scenario, and game design)
  • Takashi Takeuchi (Type-Moon producer, Fate/stay night character design)
  • Keita Haga (Type-Moon sound producer, Fate/stay night music and sound effects)
  • Hirokazu Koyama (Type-Moon chief graphics artist and illustrator, Fate/stay night illustration supervision and weapon / character design)
  • Type-Moon staff
  • Noriaki Sugiyama (Shirou Emiya voice actor)
  • Ayako Kawasumi (Saber voice actor)
  • Kana Ueda (Rin Toosaka voice actor)
  • Junichi Suwabe (Archer voice actor)
  • Noriko Shitaya (Sakura Matou voice actor)
  • Jouji Nakata (Kirei Kotomine voice actor)
  • Katsura Hasino (Atlus Studio Zero creative producer and game director)
  • Atsuhiro Iwakami (Aniplex executive vice president)
  • George Kamitani (VanillaWare)
  • Masaaki Omura (Kadokawa C&C Channel Character Contents Department)
  • Takanori Aki (Good Smile Company president)
  • Reki Kawahara (Author of Sword Art Online, Accel World, etc.)
  • Kazuya Niinou (Square Enix director and Fate/EXTRA and Fate/EXTRA CCC project drafting and supervision)
  • Nobumitsu Urasaki (Studio Deen producer)
  • Katsushi Oota (Seikaisha)
  • Keiichiro Toyama (Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio creative director)
  • Yousuke Shiokawa (DelightWorks Fate/Grand Order Project creative producer)
  • Kazutaka Kodaka (Too Kyo Games)
  • Hidetaka Miyazaki (FromSoftware)
  • Hikaru Kondo (Ufotable producer)
  • Tomonori Sudou (Ufotable, Fate/stay night [Heaven’s Feel] supervision)
  • Takahiro Miura (Ufotable, Fate/stay night [Unlimited Blade Works] supervision)

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