PS4/PS Vita Exclusive Blue Reflection Gets Charming New Screenshots; Introduces the “Different World”

on October 16, 2016 1:18 PM

Today Gust released a batch of brand new screenshots of its upcoming JRPG Blue Reflection, that will be released in Japan for PS4 and PS Vita some time down the line.

We learn that to resolve the problems of the students in the school, it’s necessary to fight them in an unconscious parallel world called the “different world.” That’s where the protagonist Hinako has to do battle as a reflector.

Hinako will need to find the crystal fragments representing those emotions that are causing trouble in the real world, facing a variety of trials. She will also find items that are used to craft equipment that will help in finding the fragments and exploring. Of course there will be enemies, and Hinako will have to fight them using her powers and with the help of her fellow reflectors, Yuzuki and Lime.

Hinako fights with a sword, Yuzuki uses a staff, and Like controls a giant stuffed toy. Finding the crystals and fighting in the different world will affect the problems of the students Hinako meets in the real world.

We also meet one of Hinako’s fellow students, Shihori Sugamoto. She is a sexy girl with an unique atmosphere around her. She is very fashion-conscious, so other students will ask her for beauty advice. Since she is very popular, men often help her out, and she seldom has to face any problem. She has many male friends and often goes out with them, but they’re all on the same equal footing as friends for her.

 /  Executive News Editor
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