The video game Blue Reflection: Second Light, will be released on November 9th

The video game Blue Reflection: Second Light, will be released on November 9th

KOEI Tecmo Games has announced the release of the video game Blue Reflection Tie ("Tie" written with the character of "emperor") in the West for PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam with the title Blue Reflection: Second Light scheduled for November 9th. The company streamed an announcement trailer:

The game will have a limited edition on NIS America and will include a B2 fabric poster, academy notebook style photo album, art book Memories album of all , acrylic mini character charms, costume for Ao: Ryza Style download code and collector's box.

Gust will release the game in Japan on October 21 for PS4 and Switch.

The stars of the game Kanako Yanagihara in the role of Ao Hoshizaki, Tomoyo Takayanagi in the role of Kokoro Utsubo, Yū Serizawa in the role of Yuki Kinjou, Maki kawase like Rena Miyauchi, e Yuki Takada in the role of Hinata Shirai.

Gust describes the game:

"In that last summer, we embarked on a journey to find out what was really important." In an isolated and adrift school, the story of the bonds of these girls begins.

Il franchise is also receiving an upcoming game titled Blue Reflection Sun ("Sun" written with the character of "shining") which will be launched for smartphones and PCs.

The role-playing game of the anime Blue Reflection Ray, (Blue Reflection - Maboroshi ni Mau Shōjo no Ken), premiered on April 9 and will air for two corsi.  Funimation is streaming the anime as it airs in Japan. The staff canceled the Blu-ray Disc releases of the series in Japan for "various reasons".

The original game launched for Play Station 4 and PC via Steam in North America and Europe in September 2017. The game was released in Japan in March 2017 for PS4 and Play Station Vita.

Mel kishida he designed the characters for the game and was also credited as a supervisor while Keiichi Sigsawa (Kino's journey, Allison), Yusaku Igarashi (Nogizaka Haruka no Himitsu), And Koji Natsumi (Hazakura ga Kita Natsu, women's air force) were in charge of the scripts of the series.

Source: press release