Blue Reflection: Second Light is a turn-based role-playing video game developed by Gust and published by Koei Tecmo Games.
“As the last summer day fades, all is illuminated.”
With gorgeous translucent designs by Mel Kishida, as well as a story that depicts the youth of lifelike girls, based on a theme of human identity and bonding, a new title in the Blue Reflection series is here!
Under a piercing blue sky, surrounded by crystal clear water, the sun scorched Ao Hoshizaki’s skin. Gazing at the summer scenery, it seemed as if the girl was left behind in a world that she had wandered into. At a school adrift in the distance, there lived three girls who had lost their memories. The only thing they could remember was their names. Ao, shrouded in confusion, begins to lead a strange communal life with the girls as they seek clues about a way to return to their original world.
One day, in this world where the school was surrounded by nothing but water, a path that led to new scenery suddenly appeared. At the end of the path was a mysterious location, where familiar things existed inexplicably. In order to grasp the situation, the girls decided to venture forward, but as soon as they took their first steps, they encountered a monster they had never seen before. But just when they thought things had become hopeless, the girls obtain a mysterious power.
In a world that seemed to be trapped in summer, young girls have lost their memories.
If the girls solve the mystery, what will they obtain?
- Make Your Very Own School with “School Development”! – The girls are the only ones at the school surrounded by water. You can freely build useful facilities the girls come up with, such as a “Takoyaki Stand” or “Pool.” By building the facilities that your favorite girls like, or simply the ones you are interested in, you can enjoy building a school to your liking.
- The Command-Style Battles are Even Faster with “Exhilarating Real Time Battles”! – The real-time battles from the previous game have been greatly improved with this title’s exhilarating real time battles, allowing players to increase the tempo of battles based on the amount of time elapsed and the skills they use. By unleashing skills one after another to chain together combos and aim for maximum damage, battles will excite players with their sheer speed and power!
- Communicate with the Girls in a Wide Variety of Ways! – By listening to the girls’ requests, going on dates with them, and more, players can communicate with the girls at the school in a variety of ways. By strengthening your bonds with the girls, they will develop, and new items can be obtained.
- Explore Beautiful, Mysterious Worlds! – In this game, you explore Heartscapes, locations that embody the heart and mind of each character. At them, you can enjoy travelling to a mysterious world where the voice and memories of the character are revisited.
Blue Reflection: Second Light News
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Famitsu Sales: 10/18/21 – 10/24/21 [Update]
Blue Reflection: Second Light demo for PS4 and Switch now available in North America and Europe; post-launch updates announced
Famitsu Review Scores: Issue 1715
Blue Reflection: Second Light second trailer
Blue Reflection: Second Light demo for PS4, Switch now available in Japan
Blue Reflection: Second Light details Uta Komagawa, Kirara Kuno, more
Blue Reflection: Second Light gameplay overview trailer
Blue Reflection: Second Light details Mio Hirahara, requests, dates, Talents, and Fragments
Blue Reflection: Second Light trailer, 35 minutes of gameplay
Blue Reflection: Second Light details Hiori Hirahara, crafting, construction, and battle
Blue Reflection: Second Light launches November 9 in the west
Blue Reflection: Second Light details Heartscape, Shiho Kasuga, and RefleNavi
Blue Reflection: Second Light launches October 21 in Japan; debut trailer, details, and screenshots
Blue Reflection: Second Light announced for PS4, Switch, and PC; Blue Reflection Sun for iOS, Android, and PC [Update]
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