Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier Celebrate the Cherry Blossoms with Themed TSF and Characters

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The beginning of April is the time of cherry blossoms in Japan when enormous crowds gather in contemplation of the fleeting beauty of the Sakura in the yearly ritual named “Hanami.” Many games, of course, don’t miss the chance to celebrate as well, and DMM’s mobile Muv-Luv game Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier is no exception.

A new event titled “The Days of Training School” has been implemented, with a rather stark early Total Eclipse theme. First of all, two free TSF that can be acquired simply by playing the game. The first is a Type-82 Zuikaku with its peculiar yellow Imperial Royal Guard livery. The second is a Type-94-1C Shiranui. 

Two pilots can be acquired via the event’s limited gacha, and they’re a training school version of Muv-Luv Alternative Total Eclipse heroine Yui Takamura and her friend/rival Kazusa Yamashiro.

All things considered, the specific framing created by the combination of pilots and TSF certainly gives the cherry blossom-themed a much darker tint. Yet, you’ll need to play Total Eclipse (or watch its anime adaptation) to understand what I mean.

Last, but not least, those who linked their PC accounts with the relatively new iOS and Google Play versions received a free and fully limit-broken and awakened Meiya Mitsurugi.

In other Muv-Luv news, you can check out our recent review of the main trilogy, and our interview with creator Koki Yoshimune, during which he shared a lot of interesting information.

Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier is currently available for iOS, Android, and on browsers for PC.



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