Third in Gust’s “Beautiful Girls Festival” series, and a modern-day magical girl story about learning empathy for your fellow woman. Himiko learns she is a “Reflector” after her budding ballet career is cut short by a knee injury.
Publisher: Koei Tecmo
Available on: PS4, PC
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In the Japanese original, you had greater control of the camera in the “model viewer” mode, intended to allow you to view DLC costumes in greater detail. The Japanese version allowed you to do things like “move” the characters up and down on screen, which would cause their breasts to jiggle. You could also tilt the camera up and down, which, among other things, allowed you to look up the characters’ skirts. These features were removed for the Western release, likely because the main characters are explicitly referenced in the game’s dialogue to be 15 years of age, though Koei Tecmo claimed to several outlets around the time of release that they were unable to give an official explanation for the change.