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Tail Concerto (Japanese: テイルコンチェルト Hepburn: Teiru Koncheruto) is an action-adventure platform video game developed by CyberConnect2 for the PlayStation. It was published by Bandai in Japan in April 1998, France the following December, and North America in November 1999 by Atlus. The game features character designs and artwork by manga artist Nobuteru Yūki.
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An epilogue novel was created for Tail Concerto called After That Concerto.
The main theme for the Japanese version titled "For Little Tail" (テイルコンチェルトOP「For little tail」) was performed by Kokia, which would be recorded just a year before her musical debut in 1998. The song was referred as an "illusion song" by Kokia as it would never see an official album release until the release of her 2010 album "Road to Glory ~Long Journey~". The same album would also feature an alternate and extended version of the song titled "For little tail ～once～". The English version of the game would instead feature an instrumental opening song, though for whatever reason the Japanese opening was retained in the French release.
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|Locations:||Porto, Rasaca, Prairia, Grimto, Airleaf, Ferzen, Coolant, Archeonis, Factory, Fortress|
|Characters:||Waffle Ryebread, Alicia Pris, Flare Pris, Stare Pris, Panta, Princess Terria, Cyan Garland, King Hound III, Fool|
|Bosses:||Black Cat Mecha, Black Cat Mecha-II, Black Cat Mecha-III, Black Cat Mecha-IV, Black Cat Mecha-V, Iron Giant|