Augmented Reality Girls Trinary ‘Ayami Kunimasa’ character trailer

The helpful busy body and mediator.

Augmented Reality Girls Trinary

The second Augmented Reality Girls Trinary character trailer introduces Ayami Kunimasa.

As previously detailed, Ayami Kunimasa is a helpful busybody, and acts as the mediator among the Trinary. She was a member of the kendo club up until high school, as at that time her level of skill was high enough to compete in the World Kendo Championship as a representative of Japan. She enjoys motorcycle touring, and her friends call her by the nickname “Aya.”

If you missed it, the first character trailers introduced Tsubame Ohse. Catch the opening movie here.

Augmented Reality Girls Trinary is a new game from Gust for iOS and Android developed in collaboration with Toei Animation. Pre-registration is currently available at the game’s official website.

Watch the new trailer below.

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