Koei Tecmo have dropped the news that JRPG Blue Reflection will be heading westward in the back-end of 2017. Originally launched in March in Japan on PS4 and Vita, western gamers will be able to pick it up on PS4 and PC.
Centered around a high school student named Hinako Shirai, who wanted to be a ballet dancer until a tragic accident left her unable to pursue her dreams. This leads Hinako to wall herself off from the world until a chance meeting with magical twins Lime and Yuzu Shijou. Together, the twins imbue Hinako with the power of being a “Reflector”, enabling her to travel to “The Common”, a parallel dimension (TV World from Persona 4, anyone?) where her imagination can alter its reality.
Alongside the western release dates, a number of pre-order bonuses have been revealed. If picked up from Amazon, Best Buy, EB Games, GameStop, or PS Store, you will receive an outfit inspired by Rorona from Atelier Rorona and a School Swimsuit costume (hmm). Additionally, a theme will be given for the “FreeSpace!” in-game social network app, and a PS4 theme for purchases through the PS Store.
Blue Reflection will be coming to the PS4 and PC in North America on September 26, 2017, and then a European (and presumably Australian) release on September 29, 2017.