There are so many videos for Blue Reflection that is finally going western this September. It has a concept trailer, a full trailer followed by another full trailer, an opening movie, launch trailer, and a few characters’ trailer starting from the protagonist Hinako Shirai, then Shihori Sugamoto, Yuri Saiki, Sanae Nishida, Sarasa Morikawa and Mao Ninagawa, Ako Ichinose, and lastly Kei Narimiya and Rin Sanada.
Blue Reflection takes place at Hoshinomiya Girls’ High School, where players assume the role of student Hinako Shirai. When Hinako’s ballet career comes to an end after a tragic accident, she closes her heart off from the rest of the world. However, her life changes when she meets her new best friends, the magical Shijou twins – Yuzu, who is adored by her classmates for her cheerful and warm personality, and Lime, who is more logical and selfish.
The twin sisters bestow Hinako with the power of a Reflector, a champion who can manipulate a mysterious parallel dimension known as The Common. Hinako can freely move and shape this mystical realm’s beauty with her imagination, but she soon understands the very real perils that await her and her friends. As Hinako learns to treasure her companions and creates new bonds with those around her, she gains new strength to help her fight in The Common.
Have you choose who is your waifu based on those characters’ trailer? Or maybe you have a hard time choosing one? Then maybe a popularity vote can help! You can also check out the game’s season pass and DLCs details.
Aside from the season pass and DLCs, there are some bonuses for Blue Reflection western release. If you pre-order the game via participating retailers (Amazon, Best Buy, EB Games, and Gamestop for North America, and Independent Retailers through Centersoft for Europe) you will get the School Swimsuit costume and Rorona style costumes (Rorolina Frixell from Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland outfit), and a skin for in-game social network, FreeSpace! Additionally, if you are getting the PS4 version, you will also get an additional theme. If you don’t have Playstation 4, you can still play the game with your PC! Because Blue Reflection western version will only available for both Playstation 4 and PC (you can get it at Steam), skipping PS Vita.
Even though we already provided so many screenshots of the game, more screenshots can’t hurt us, right?
Blue Reflections: Sword of the Girl Who Dances in Illusion is already available for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan, and will be released on September 26th in both North America and Europe for PlayStation 4 and PC.