|Japanese||ブルー リフレクション 幻に舞う少女の剣|
|Rōmaji||Burū Rifurekushon Maboroshi ni Mau Shōjo no Ken|
|Literal||Blue Reflection Sword of the Girl Who Dances in Illusions|
|Release Date(s)||JP: March 30, 2017|
NA: September 26, 2017
EU: September 29, 2017
Microsoft Windows (Steam)
The game was released for the PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, and Steam.
Summary[edit | edit source]
One day, Shirai Hinako meets the Shijō twins, Yuzuki and Raimu in the middle of another boring school day, but upon meeting them Hinako acquires a mysterious power. And from then on, Hinako's everyday school life drastically changes.
Hinako receives magical powers after meeting Yuzuki and Raimu, which helps her transform into a magical girl, known as "Reflector". Wondering what Reflectors are, what they fight, why they fight, and even isn't even sure why she received the power, Hinako continues on fighting while being led by Yusuki and Raimu.
It doesn't matter to Hinako who she fights or why she fights, as she can freely move her body thanks to the magical powers she received, and might as well heal her foot that can make her dance once again. The true reason why she is fighting as a reflector, is to make her wish come true. However, as she continues fighting, she asks herself what she is fighting and why she is fighting, and what will happen to the world as she continues on fighting as a Reflector.
Development[edit | edit source]
The game was first revealed in the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu and Dengeki Playstation. It was revealed that Mel Kishida is the character designer and supervisor of the game. Keiichi Sigsawa, Yusaku Igarashi, and Kouji Natsumi are revealed to be the series organizers. It was announced that the game is coming for the PlayStation 4 console and the PlayStation Vita handheld console, and revealed a 3D image of the protagonist.
As of September 29th, the game is now out of development, as it's been released in Japan, North America and Europe. The producer of the game is Hosoi Junzo.
Character[edit | edit source]
Playable characters[edit | edit source]
Supporting characters[edit | edit source]
- Morikawa Sarasa (森川 更紗)
- Saiki Yuri (斎木 有理)
- Nishida Sanae (西田 早苗)
- Narimiya Kei (鳴宮 圭)
- Yoshimura Rika (芳村 梨佳)
- Mitsui Kaori (三井 香織)
- Taya Fumio (多谷 史緒)
- Sanada Rin (真田 凛)
- Ichinose Ako (一之瀬 亜子)
- Inoue Chihiro (井上 千紘)
- Sugamoto Shihori (菅本 しほり)
- Ninagawa Mao (蜷川 麻央)
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Images[edit | edit source]
Videos[edit | edit source]
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- Official Japanese website
- English website
- PlayStation Store (Japan, PS4)
- PlayStation Store (Japan, PS Vita)
|DLCs - Gallery - Modding - Translation - Trophies and Achievements|
|Hinako - Yuzu - Lime|
|Ako - Chihiro - Fumio - Kaori - Kei - Mao - Rika - Rin - Sanae - Sarasa - Shihori - Yuri|
|Yesod - Cochma - Tiphereth - Netzach - Daath|
|Hoshinomiya - Hoshinomiya High|
|Anger Zone - Anger and Happiness Zone - Common Tower - Fear Zone - Fear and Sorrow Zone - Happiness Zone - Happiness and Fear Zone - Sorrow Zone - Sorrow and Anger Zone|
|Common - Dark Cave - Demon - Ether - Fragment - FreeSpace! - Leap - Reflector - Sephira - Table Chat|
|Blue Reflection Official Soundtrack|
|"Blue Reflection" - "Overdose" - "Reflect" - "Sayonara, waratte"|