The player can also interact with characters by messaging them through an in-game , which also allows the player to view character profiles and play. Comment Policy Comments are welcome and encouraged on Gematsu. During these battles, the player can receive support from the player character's schoolmates, who all have different support abilities; to do this, the player needs to choose up to four support characters per party member while outside combat. Unlike other commands, these two are done in real-time before the player characters or the enemies perform an action, by pressing a button at the right time. The tasks you are assigned to do in the high school are very mundane and interactions with characters are slow and repetitive. Five minutes into it and the protagonist gets shoved into a river, making her underwear visible through her school uniform.
Your bonds with these people are a major theme of the game. It was produced by Junzo Hosoi, organized by , , and Kouji Natsumi, and supervised by , who also designed the characters. Amidst this, Adol begins to dream of a mysterious blue-haired maiden living in an unknown world. Not sure what else I can say honestly because it's a very interesting game, it has pros but also cons, but the cons can become more or less depending on your mood. I'm on chapter 9 and can get onto chapter 10 any time now, but I'm focusing on maxing out all the bonds for the girls to get trophies. The game has some dark parts too but the game is also about slice of life storytelling, and that's not always a bad thing. Koei Tecmo also plans to release the game in North America on September 26, 2017 and in Europe on September 29, 2017, for the PlayStation 4 and.
You do not have to agree with each other, but debate politely. Make the most of your free time: After classes have ended players can partake in after-class activities, explore The Common or explore a variety of exciting places in town. Take a look below: This is really exciting news! After the player is done for the day, their character returns home, and the day ends with her going to sleep. It's nothing new of course since Mana Khemia also did the same and some of the crappy final fantasy games I guess. If that isn't Probably the most gorgeous game I've experienced to date.
Over the years the genre has evolved and taken on many unique mechanics, but the basic systems have always stayed the same. Basically, by using knockbacks you can delay the enemy attack and you can potentially never get hit once this way - even though you recover hp and mp at the end of every battle. It starts odd but once I listen to it, I feel I'm listening to one of my old dance music tracks. I do not recommend this game even in promotion sale. As your relationship with these people improve, you can earn certain items from them to upgrade your party.
I do not know why, but the combat turn system in this game is annoying as hell, although I was ok with other turn-based games like Atelier Sophie. It is intended to be a portrayal of youth for women, focusing on the concepts of interaction between women and personal growth through sharing experiences with people. The game follows a day cycle, which sees Hinako attend school and spend time with classmates, and visit another world where she fights monsters in a turn-based battle system. The world of Common is a beautiful and bright setting for this game and the soundtrack is pretty good too. Since then, she has been unable to dance. Gematsu reserves the right to edit or delete any comments without notice.
However, the division by zones, not have English voices or the little challenge presented in fighting makes Blue Reflection undeserving of more praise. I also still have yet to beat it, so I'm certain it can only get better than worse by the time I get to the ending, because so far I think it's a fine piece of art. It's similar to Dragon Quest 8 in that regard. Her hair becomes blonde and the color of each eye is different. The design factor is stunning. In addition to the rewards, some missions give the player evaluation points; the story progresses when the player has acquired enough of them.
What is the real meaning of this fighting? The story may remind you of the Sailor Moon series as you see the girls' transformations into their special outfits before they go into battle. While exploring the Other World, the player sometimes encounters monsters, leading to a battle, wherein the three characters in the player's party fight through a turn-based system. A young girl who has garnered attention as a young and up-and-coming ballet dancer. The player can also try to solve classmates' problems during their free time. You can catch up on more about the game, including character trailers,. As long as she fights as a Reflector, her foot may one day heal.
Blue Reflection uses a unique turn-based battle system where the focus is taken off of the enemy and shifted to protecting the party. It is a life-sized projection of youth that wavers between the ordinary and extraordinary with bonds—the substance of interaction between people—as its core theme. It was made available in a standard, a premium, and a special collection edition: the premium edition includes the game's soundtrack, illustrations, a school calendar, a poster, and an in-game costume; the special collection edition includes all the items from the premium addition, along with sixteen further posters. The turn order is displayed through character icons that move across a bar, with characters at the center of the bar allowed to perform an action; by preemptively attacking monsters in the Other World, the player's party can start the battle at an advantage. The problem is that the story is very boring, the first hour is just girls talking about stupid problems like getting a boyfriend, like other boring things and you needing to solve them. Blue Reflection has an overarching theme of friendship that is shown through its as well as its battle system, from what we just learned.
There are also deals on PlayStation Plus and other subscriptions, and you can see all the details on. The battle system, despite slow a bit is rather interesting and fun. If certain requirements are met, the player can perform cooperative moves, where the powers of the characters in their party are linked, resulting in a much more effective attack than regular attacks. When Hinako's ballet career comes to an end after a tragic accident, she closes her heart off from the rest of the world. The player controls a party of three characters in turn-based battles against monsters.