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'Blue Reflection Ray' TV anime series reveals key visual, first cour premieres April 9

Written by: Jei Beltrano | Published on: March 30, 2021 at 7:43 PM PHT (GMT+8)

The official Twitter for the TV anime series adaptation of Koei Tecmo's Blue Reflection role-playing video game titled "Blue Reflection Ray" has revealed on Tuesday its key visual for the upcoming two-part series. The series will ran in split-cour with the first cour premiering on April 9 25:55 JST (effective April 10 1:55 AM).

Blue Reflection Ray anime key visual

On March 16, a PV reveals the series' cast members and features the ending theme song of the series titled "Saishin" performed by ACCAMER. The anime series is scheduled to begin broadcasting on April 9 25:55 JST (effective April 10 1:55 AM).

The series is animated by animation studio J.C Staff with Risako Yoshida serving as the series director. Akiko Waba is in charge of the scripts and Koichi Kikuta is designing the characters based on the original designs by the game's character designer Mel Kishida. The music is composed by Daisuke Shinoda. The anime is a split-cour series scheduled to premiere its first cour on April 9 25:55 JST (effective April 10, 1:55 AM) on on the Animeism programming block on MBS, TBS, and BS-TBS channel in Japan.

The opening theme song titled "DiViNE" is performed by EXiNA and the ending theme song titled "Saishin" by ACCAMER.

The Blue Reflection Ray TV anime series is based on Blue Reflection, a role-playing video game developed by Gust which was published by Koei Tecmo in March 2017 in Japan for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita consoles. The game revolves around Hinako Shirai, a ballet dancer who due to a knee injury no longer can dance, but who is given magical power allowing her to fight and move freely. 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. By becoming close friends with her classmates, Hinako can use support abilities from them in battle.

The game is the final game in Gust's "Beautiful Girls Festival" project, which also includes Atelier Firis and Nights of Azure 2.


Source: Blue Reflection Ray TV anime Official Twitter, Official Website


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