Japanese Video Game ‘Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon’ Is Getting An English Version

PlayStation owners and fans of the Japanese video game developer Type-Moon got some good news. The visual novel ‘Tsukihime: A Piece of Blue Glass Moon’ remake is getting an English translation and will be available for multiple consoles.

“Over the weekend at Anime Expo, Aniplex announced that TSUKIHIME -A piece of blue glass moon- will be getting an English release in 2024. -A piece of blue glass moon- is the first in the remake series with a follow up that remakes the “far-side” content, -The other side of red garden-, already revealed, though with no Japanese date confirmed but will be getting an English release in the future,” Crunchyroll said on their website. “TSUKIHIME -A piece of blue glass moon- is set to be released in English on PlayStation 4 (and on PlayStation 5 through backwards compatibility) and Nintendo Switch in 2024.”

Aniplex posted a teaser for the English version on their Twitter:

Wikipedia explains, “The game’s plot follows the perspective of protagonist Shiki Tohno, a second-year high school student in the fictional town of Misaki. He suffers a life-threatening injury at a young age. After regaining consciousness, he gains the ability to see “Death lines” – lines by which things, living or not, will eventually break when they die. Due to his injury, Shiki has immense headaches as his mind cannot cope with the sight of death. Soon after he is given special glasses from Aoko Aozaki that blocks the sight of these lines. Due to his injury, Shiki is exiled by his father to a branch family of the Tohno household. Eight years later, he returns to accompany his sister after his father died. After moving back, Shiki has trouble adjusting to the old-fashioned lifestyle his sister lives by.”

The Japanese animation studio J.C. Staff produced an anime adaption of the video game in 2013 directed by Katsushi Sakurabi and written by Hiroko Tokita.

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