Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier’s Valentine Event Has Chocolate Mecha and Waifus

DMM's mobile and browser game Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier took the yummy theme of Valentine's Day in Japan rather literally.

on February 2, 2018 6:48 PM

DMM mobile and browser game Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier just launched its Valentine’s Day event, bringing love and chocolate into the fray.

Valentine’s Day in Japan is rather interesting, with its tradition for ladies to gift chocolate to their loved ones, often extended to friends and colleagues. This is often reflected in Japanese media including anime and video games, so you’re probably very familiar with it.

Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier is no exception, and the new event started this week and extending into February 8th (which is way before Valentine’s Day, so it’s likely that we’ll get a part two) lets you grind missions for two… very special mecha.

We get a chocolate-themed (flavored?) SSR Type 77 Gekishin and a Su-37UB Terminator. 

For those who are more interested in pilots, we also get two new ones, with Valentine versions of Inia Sestina from Muv-Luv Alternative: Total Eclipse and Katia Waldheim from Schwarzesmarken. The paid-only version of the gacha also brings back two more pilots from past events, special versions of Irisdina Bernhard and Beatrix Brehme.

You can see them all in the images below.

In other news about the game, the All-ages version has finally become playable in the west (still in Japanese, of course) thanks to the release of the iOS and Native Google Play ports.

Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier's Valentine Event Has Chocolate Mecha and Waifus Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier's Valentine Event Has Chocolate Mecha and Waifus

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