Natsuki Chronicles for PS4, PC launches February 18 in the west

Due out day and date with Japan.

Natsuki Chronicles

Natsuki Chronicles will launch for PlayStation 4 and PC via Steam on February 18 in the west, day and date with its Japanese release, publisher Rising Star Games and developer Qute announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its store pages:

Welcome back to the world of Seventia in this thrilling new horizontal shoot ’em up from Rising Star Games and Qute.

Natsuki Chronicles features an immersive story that runs parallel to the events in Ginga Force. Follow the story of protagonist and expert pilot Natsuki and discover the story of her past as a rookie pilot as it leads up to present day events. It’s time again to take flight and fight!

Natsuki Chronicles features a Story Mode that alternates between past and present in over 10 stages. Just like its predecessor, Ginga Force, players can once again choose from a huge selection of customization options with combinations of three weapon types and various equipment that can be unlocked throughout the game. Natsuki Chronicles also introduces a revolutionary “Bullet Trajectory Display” function that allows players to observe the direction of enemy bullets ahead of time.

In addition to Story Mode, and specifically for those looking to increase their score, there’s an Arcade Mode with Online Leaderboards that enables players to compete against friends and the entire world.

Welcome back to Seventia.

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