Nights of Azure

Gust shifts gears from its charming, relaxing Atelier series to bring us a game about a lesbian vampire demon fighting to save the world — well, mostly her girlfriend — from the encroaching darkness of eternal night.


Developer: Gust
Publisher: Koei Tecmo
Available on: Windows PC, PS4


Cover Game Articles

Nights of Azure: Introduction and History - Lesbian vampire demons from the creators of Atelier? You better believe we're on board with that... so let's start by taking a look at the background of developer Gust.
Nights of Azure: Hack, Slash… and Command - Gust's Nights of Azure is a hack-and-slash action RPG with a twist: you bring some little friends along for the ride, too, and they all have their own unique charms that become apparent in battle!
Nights of Azure: Narrative, Themes and Characterisation - Nights of Azure may have some interesting mechanics... but it has a fascinating, ambitious and outright operatic narrative, too. Prepare yourself for high drama with a deeply positive message at its core.
Nights of Azure: Sights and Sounds - Like many of Gust's other works, Nights of Azure has a very distinctive audio-visual aesthetic about it. So let's explore that further to wrap up our time with the game.

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