PS4/PS Vita Exclusive Blue Reflection Gets More DLC Costumes; Bathing Towels and Summer Outfits

Blue Reflection: Maboroshi Ni Mau Shojo no Ken gets new ways to dress your waifus... or undress them.

on June 2, 2017 5:30 PM

Koei Tecmo absolutely adores selling as many costume DLCs as possible, and since they own Gust, the preference was passed on from parent to child (company). So it comes as no surprise that Gust is churning out its fair share of costume DLCs for Blue Reflection: Maboroshi Ni Mau Shojo no Ken.

On June 9th, the game will receive a new DLC batch, including a “Bathing Towel” outfit for all the girls, and another costume set titled “Outdoors Summer Code.”

The two sets do exactly what it says on the tin, providing all the schoolgirls in the game with lovely summer outfits, and letting them walk around in nothing but a bathing towel… because that makes sense (in Japan).

Each set will be sold for 2,700 yen ($25), or you can buy them in groups of three costumes for 648 yen (about $6). They’re also part of the season pass, that costs about $85 after doing the conversion.

Blue Reflection players already received two sets of costumes as part of the first batch of DLC: the Arland Maids set, which includes costumes from Atelier Rorona: The Alchemist of Arland, including male Hom and female Hom, and a sailor bikini set that is precisely a mix between a bikini and a sailor uniform.

More DLC are scheduled to drop in July, and even further down the lone.

On the other hand, what we did not hear about just yet, is a possible western localization. Considering how early Koei Tecmo normally announces them, Blue Reflection‘s absence in their western schedule is starting to feel a little awkward. Whether or not they pull another Dead or Alive Xtreme 3, it remains to be seen.

You can check out plenty of screenshots below, showing all the costumes.

Blue Reflection: Maboroshi Ni Mau Shojo no Ken is currently available in Japan for PS4 and PS Vita.

 /  Executive News Editor
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