Yohane the Parhelion: NUMAZU in the MIRAGE gets a second trailer

A title that just flows off the tongue

12 December 2023
by rawmeatcowboy 1

BeXide previously announced a roguelike deckbuilder titled Yohane the Parhelion: NUMAZU in the MIRAGE, and it’s seeing release on Switch. The game is due out February 22nd, 2024 and includes English, Japanese, Traditional Chinese, and Simplified Chinese language support. Today brings us the second trailer for the game, which you can check out above.

Over in Japan, there will be a standard physical version priced at 6,380 yen, along with a “Premium Box” limited edition that costs 14,960 yen. This limited edition includes a copy of the game, A4-size art book, one-disc soundtrack CD, one-disc original drama CD, clear card set, and a special box, as well as the first-print run downloadable content costume “Chick.” Finally, a Switch eShop version will also be available, priced at 4,950 yen.

Yohane the Parhelion is an official spin-off of Love Live! Sunshine. Yohane the Parhelion: NUMAZU in the MIRAGE is a deck-building rogue light set in that world. While working as a fortune teller in Numazu, Yohane spends her days with her friends. By chance, she comes into possession of an old mirror. Worried that her fortune-telling is not accurate, Yohane decides to play “Magic Mirror Fortune-Telling” using the mirror, Suddenly, she is sucked into the mirror, which begins to glow.

What she finds in the mirror is the “Ura-Numazu,” which is the exact reverse of the real Numazu! Moreover, it was a mysterious world where magic could be used with the power of cards. At the same time, strange things happen to the friends in the real world one after another. In order to save them, she must go through the “Ura-Numazu”! What awaits her?

A world of mirrors that changes its appearance every time she enters. After countless choices, what is the future that Yohane will choose? A new story begins in the other Numazu!

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the_crimson_lure

7M ago

Oh, it's the exact reverse as the real Numazu.
That explains everything!