Nights Of Azure, Atelier Sophie Steam Trailers Heat Up The Hearts Of PC Gamers
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(Last Updated On: January 12, 2017)

Koei Tecmo released two new trailers for the Steam releases of Nights of Azure, the yuri-themed action-RPG, and Atelier Sophie, the classic JRPG adventure game.

The first trailer features the busty adventures of demon knight and protector, Arnice, who must protect Lilysse, a saint who must eventually sacrifice her life in order to save the land from demons. The game sees the two characters growing ever-closer together throughout their journeys as Arnice fights off the demon hordes while expressing her love and affection to Lilyssee. The game uses a similar system to Valkyrie Drive: Bhikkhuni, where the bond established between the characters can be utilized in the combat to help Arnice deal additional damage and unleash her true power.

You can check out the trailer below.

Nights of Azure is due for release on February 7th, next month. The game arrives on PC while the PS4 preps to receive Nights of Azure 2.

The second trailer is for Atelier Sophie. The trailer is only a minute long but it gives gamers a quick overview of the game’s dynamic environments that can be explored for ingredients in order to concoct new alchemy potions. The trailer is nowhere near as in-depth as Nights of Azure, and Koei Tecmo obviously didn’t have as much love for Atelier Sophie coming to PC as they did the busty yuri adventure. But that’s okay, there are still fans waiting for the game nonetheless.

You can check out the trailer below.

The trailer obviously isn’t as popular as Nights of Azure but there are still fans looking forward to playing the game. Just like the aforementioned action-RPG, Atelier Sophie will be released on February 7th next month on Steam for PC.

According to Gematsu, Atelier Sophie: The Alchemist of the Mysterious Book will receive additional DLC that will be available at launch with the game. Nights of Azure will also receive additional Steam support in the form of a free Gust-chan support character.

Purchasing both games together in a bundle will also net you a 20% discount on Steam.


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  • EroBotan

    oh no … i need money … .

  • Disqusted

    Almost no game footage of Sophie. I was curious to see if they improved the 3d visuals over the console version. The footage that’s there is covered by so many video effect layers that I can barely see anything.

    I started hearing a female voice and it sounded so weird that it took me a while to realize it was English. Dunno what the hell it is with American female voice actresses, the way they talk always sounds really weird to me.

    • BubbaHoTep

      I’m guessing they’re trying to imitate the style of Japanese voice actors, but it usually doesn’t sound right in English. For some reason it’s like an unspoken rule that you have to use the same 3-4 types of voices when it comes to dubbing anime and games, so not only do they sound weird, but they all sound samey and interchangeable from one work to the next.