Save the world or the life of one girl… I decide my destiny!
Nights of Azure is a role-playing game made by KOEI TECMO GAMES. This is a tragic tale of two friends faced with impossible decisions that will test their loyalty to their quest and to each other. The battle against the demonic Nightlord ended with a victory for humanity. In his defeat, the Nightlord spilled his foul essence, which took root to form an evil that lingers to this day—Blue Blood. A young woman who was doused with the Blue Blood became cursed with blood-drinking abilities. She lived for those who dwelled in The Land Without Night, and fought for a woman that was destined to be sacrificed to the Night. Take your Servants and fight across “The Land Without Night” for the one you love!
Release Date: 7 February, 2017
Developer: KOEI TECMO GAMES
Publisher: KOEI TECMO GAMES
Nights of Azure
OS: Win 7
CPU: Core i5 2.6GHz
RAM: 4 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce GTX550Ti
HDD: 6 GB
OS: Win 7 64
CPU: Core i7 3.4GHz
RAM: 8 GB
GRAPHIC: NVIDIA GeForce GTX960
HDD: 6 GB
- Facing Reality and Each Other’s Expectations. After Arnice saves Lilysse, their thoughts begin to intertwine.
- Finding Answers from Another World. The Maiden of Jorth’s answers will change Arnice’s fate.
- As Feelings Grow, Tensions Rise. The struggles of life influences the bond of Arnice & Lilysse and develops tension until the Day of Sacrifice.
- All to Protect Lilysse. Defeat fiends and gather information to advance the story.
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Nights of Azure Review
A new and dark history makes its way into the world of the JRPG offering a frenetic and entertaining in equal development. Nights of Azure is a solid action RPG. There is a ton of love put into this game, it has a solid base of gameplay behind everything that functions nicely. The overall story of a night lord that needs defeating and saints and half demon fighters on the other side may not be anything new but within that shell is a love story to behold and lastly the things that keep this game from a higher rating do not diminish the experience enough for those who have been Gust fans in the past. Nights of Azure is a bit shorter than your average JRPG, but it jam-packs a ton of variety into its 20-25 hours of story — and if you stick around to collect everything afterward, you’ll have even more time to sink your teeth into the game’s various systems.