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The Princely Character in the game resembles Tamaki.
Although they share some physical likeness, Renge calls Tamaki a "phony-prince" because he gives his love away too freely.
Honey has a bad temper upon being awakened from his naps, but Renge is unaware of this at the time of her movie.
Even so, she has Honey portray a bully for the film - a role which he is, ultimately, unable to maintain.
The game's tall boy shares his tall stature with Mori, but also the fact that he (like Mori) follows his smaller companion everywhere and looks out for him.
They don't resemble one another, but Tall Boy is mentioned to be a childhood friend of the Small boy, just as Mori has been childhood friends with Honey.The school depicted in the game resembles the Ouran campus and the school's blazers also have a similar patch.The six main characters of the video game are: Miyabi is one of the game's main characters whose likeness to Kyoya Ootori is truly remarkable, which is why Renge thinks that Kyoya is her "real-life Ichijo Miyabi." The only difference between Miyabi and Kyoya's looks is their hair color.The game appearing in the anime is loosely based on an actual video game called Dokidoki Memorial.It was marketed under the brand name Konami and was developed for the Game Boy Advance platform.They don't resemble Ouran's Hitachiin twins except for the fact that they are also twins.