Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue brings anti-gravity girls in August


Publisher Pqube and developer NekoNyan have announced that Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue will be launching in the west on August 21. The game is heading to both Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

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In the world of Aokana: Four Rhythms Across the Blue, scientists have finally invented anti-gravity shoes. Now, thanks to the ability to soar through the air like a bird, a new sport has been invented: Flying Circus. The sport sees athletes compete for points by performing stunts in the air, with the most impressive awarding more points.

In the game’s story you’ll take on the role of a former competitor, Masaya. You’ll meet a brand new transfer student named Asuka, who has a dream to learn to fly. Over the course of the game you’ll be getting involved with the school’s Flying Circus sports club, helping Asuka and the other girls learn how to fly for maximum point-scoring, and even get your own feet back into some anti-gravity shoes.

A limited edition of the game will be available when it launches. This limited physical edition comes with a full-color art book depicting scenes from the game, and it looks to be worth getting if you’re a collector. The limited edition can be preordered now.