To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers

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To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers
To Heart 2 Dungeon Travelers PSP Cover.jpg
Japanese PSP cover art for To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers
ToHeart2 ダンジョントラベラーズ
(ToHeart2 Danjon Toraberaazu)
Genre Fantasy, harem, adventure
Written byTakamitsu Kōno
Music by
  • To Heart 2 TV [lower-alpha 1]
  • Conisch
  • Kei Haneoka
  • To Heart 2 (PS2) [lower-alpha 2]
  • Shinya Ishikawa
  • Michio Kinugasa
  • Junya Matsuoka
  • Kazuhide Nakagami
  • Naoya Shimokawa
Studio Chaos Project
Released February 22, 2012 July 25, 2012
Runtime30 minutes each
Episodes2 (List of episodes)

To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers was developed by Sting, and published by Aquaplus for the PlayStation Portable. It was officially released on June 30, 2011, as an all ages version of the PC game Final Dragon Chronicle: Guilty Requiem, which is one of the four games contained inside Manaka de Ikuno!!. Manaka de Ikuno!! was released in both limited and regular editions on December 18, 2009. A PlayStation Vita version of the game was released on April 30, 2015. The game was slated to be released on Steam alongside Dungeon Travelers 2 but was cancelled as both games failed to pass the service's guidelines. [2]

Printed media

Before the game's release, a manga titled To Heart Another Days was published by ASCII Media Works, and serialized in the Dengeki G's Festival! Comic magazine from July 26, 2008 to August 26, 2010. A comic version of the PC game Final Dragon Chronicle: Guilty Requiem was featured in volume 2 of the manga. The manga was written by Aquaplus. [3] A light novel for To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers was published by Harvest on February 20, 2011, titled To Heart 2: Final Dragon Chronicle Sono Go. It was written by Takuya Baba and illustrated by Ushio Komone. [4]


Two OVAs for To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers were produced by Aquaplus and Chaos Project, the first episode was released on February 22, 2012, and the second was released on July 25, 2012. [5] The anime was directed by Jun'ichi Sakata. The opening theme is "Niji Iro no Mirai" by Suara, and the two endings are "Tada Hitotsu no Hoshi" by Rena Uehara and "Kono Sekai ni" by Akari Tsuda.



A sequel to To Heart 2: Dungeon Travelers has been published by Aquaplus and developed by Sting, titled Dungeon Travelers 2 was released for the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation Vita on March 27, 2013. [6] It consists of the same gameplay and system but featured different characters. Another PlayStation Vita game titled Dungeon Travelers 2-2, a sequel to Dungeon Travelers 2, was released on April 20, 2017. [7]


  1. 「ToHeart2(TV-series)」 フロンティアワークス より
  2. 「ToHeart2(PS2)」 AQUAPLUS より

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