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Blue Reflection: Second Light Giveaway – Win One of Three Copies for PS4, Switch, or PC

Blue Reflection: Second Light

Blue Reflection: Second Light Giveaway – Win One of Three Copies for PS4, Switch, or PC

Koei Tecmo and Gust recently released Blue Reflection: Second Light and we can celebrate the launch together with a brand new giveaway.

With this giveaway, you can win one of three PS4, Nintendo Switch, or PC codes for the game, kindly offered by Koei Tecmo.

The way to get involved is really, really easy.

All you have to do is comment on our articles, everywhere on the site. The more you comment, the better your chances. We want to hear your opinions and insight, and there is no better way for that to happen than by sharing your comments with us.

An important caveat is that comments on this post are not eligible for the giveaway. Of course, you’re welcome to comment here, but in order to participate, you need to comment at least on one other article.

On November 24 at 11:59 pm EST we’ll randomly select three comments made after this post has been published, and the authors of these comments will win a digital download code for Blue Reflection: Second Light.

Of course, spam comments and throwaway one-liners will be disqualified, as we’d like to promote interesting commentary and conversations among our readers.

The winners will be able to select platforms and regions between PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC (via Steam), North America, or Europe. IMPORTANT: due to code availability issues, the codes cannot be used on Russian accounts. You can still play the game anywhere, but you’ll need an account from Europe or North America.

Once the winners have been drawn, I will respond to the winning comments, and we’ll also publish links to them in an update to this post. At that point, you should respond to my comment, and at the same time, send me a mail at [email protected] indicating your Disqus nickname and your platform/region of choice. The timing is important, as it’ll prove that you are indeed the winner.

If a prize isn’t claimed within three days of the announcement, we will proceed to draw another winner.

Once more, do keep in mind that comments on all articles on Twinfinite (excluding this one) are valid to enter this giveaway. The more you comment, the more chances you have to win.

Update: the giveaway is now closed. the winners have been decided! Find the winning comments below. Congratulations! If you’re listed, please follow the bolded instructions above to claim your prize. Do keep in mind that if a prize isn’t claimed by Tuesday, November 30, that entry will be disqualified and we’ll proceed to draw another winner.

Viv Cousland_I will never be a fan of those Game Awards because I think their target is surely not a japanese games fan like me. It’s sad not to see Astria Ascending for best Art Direction or Atelier Ryza 2 as RPG candidates.

Eli Yazawa: In all seriousness it’s been a while since I’ve played Rock Band. I’m sure a lot of us jumped on the hype when these games and similar ones like Guitar Hero first gained popularity. The funny thing is, I wasn’t really aware of just how many rhythm games actually existed back then, or how much I’d grow to love them years later. Almost two decades later and rhythm games are my favorite genre. I’ll definitely have to pick up some peripherals and see how well I do now compared to my childhood.

Joe Stark: Really wish they would also bring the games to Steam. Vice City was my childhood though and one of my favorite open world games.

Blue Reflection: Second Light is available for PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC.

If you want to see more, you can check out the first trailer, another recent batch of screenshotsanother gallery, a thirdthe first gameplaymore footage, and a look at the DLC. You should also definitely read our recent interview with character designer Mel Kishida.

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Giuseppe Nelva

Proud weeb hailing from sunny (not as much as people think) Italy and long-standing gamer since the age of Mattel Intellivision and Sinclair ZX Spectrum. Definitely a multi-platform gamer, he still holds the old dear PC nearest to his heart, while not disregarding any console on the market. RPGs (of any nationality), MMORPGs, and visual novels are his daily bread, but he enjoys almost every other genre, prominently racing simulators, action and sandbox games. He is also one of the few surviving fans on Earth of the flight simulator genre.
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