Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms Launches in Spring 2018 on Vita
A Megadimension Neptunia VIIR trailer wasn’t the only relevant news at Idea Factory’s press event last night! Idea Factory also released a character trailer for Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms for PlayStation Vita. More importantly, we have a release window for Edo Blossoms: Spring 2018.
Here is the new trailer for Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms:
Edo Blossoms is the direct sequel to Hakuoki: Kyoto Winds, and is the second half of the story. Read up on the plot:
Chizuru Yukimura travels from Edo to Kyoto in hopes of searching for her father who had mysteriously vanished. Along the way, she encountered the Shinsengumi, and spent the next four years working with them to locate her father. In 1868, the final year of the Bakumatsu Period, the Shinsengumi, with Chizuru at their side, took part in the Battle of Toba-Fushimi to decide the future of the Tokugawa Shogunate against the rising tide of Imperial Nationalism. Unfortunately, defeat for the Shinsengumi came swiftly at the hands of the Imperial Army, and they retreated back to Edo in shame.
It was a bittersweet homecoming for both Chizuru and the warriors of the Shinsengumi, as the city of Edo resembled very little of its former self, engulfed by the harrowing winds of change that were sweeping through the country. As the Shinsengumi’s survival came under threat, they were faced with a choice: discard their principles, or give up their lives. Some of them had no such choice, and they cloaked themselves in darkness to protect the Shinsengumi’s greatest secret: the Furies.
This is a story about a girl who allies with the warriors of the Shinsengumi, who are struggling to uphold their faith in an era of rapid social change in Japan, and the fate of those who sought to resist that change…
Hakuoki: Edo Blossoms releases in Spring 2018 on PlayStation Vita.