Tsukihime -A Piece of Blue Glass Moon Launches Summer 2021 on PS4 and Switch in Japan

Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon

TYPE-MOON have announced the release date of Tsukihime remake Tsukihime -A Piece of Blue Glass Moon.

The original Tsukihime was an eroge visual novel, launched in 2000. It was later adapted into an anime in 2003, and manga in 2004. The game is set in Misaki Town, and by its conclusion events take place at the beginning of Fate/stay night.

The story focuses on teenager Shiki Tohno, who begins to see “death lines” after a near-death injury. If these lines are traced with a sharp object, it will kill or destroy the person or object they are attached to. Gradually, he learns the depths of his powers, and more of his own past.

PR Times reports (translation: DeepL, adjusted) the remake, dubbed Tsukihime -A Piece of Blue Glass Moon (月姫 -A piece of blue glass moon-) will launch summer 2021 on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. The remake had been announced over 12 years prior, though how much of that time was development is unknown.

The project will involve TYPE-MOON, with author Kinoko Nasu and artist Takashi Takeuchi returning. You can find the staff and cast list below.


Scenario/Director: Kinoko Nasu
Character Design : Takashi Takeuchi
Art Director : Hirokazu Koyama
Graphic Design : Takao Sougetsu, Shimokoshi Shimaudon, Otoyuki Sunatori
Direction/Script : BLACK
Script : Urushinohara
Program : Kiyobee
Music : Hideyuki Fukazawa Keita Haga
Theme Song : ReoNa “Life Line” (SACRA MUSIC)
Opening Animation: ufotable
Planning and Production: TYPE-MOON


Shiki Tohno : Ryosuke Kanemoto
Arcueid Brunestud : Ikumi Hasegawa
Ciel : Motowatari Kaede
Akiha Tohno : Shimoji Shino
Hisui : Ichinose Kana
Kohaku : Kuwabara Yugi

You can find the official Japanese website here, and the announcement trailer and screenshots (via PR Times) below.


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