Azure Striker Gunvolt: second album for Morpho/Lumen, JP voice patch coming soon

Azure Striker Gunvolt Morpho

Besides its fast-paced gameplay, the Azure Striker Gunvolt series is also known for its music, and more precisely the vocal tracks by Lumen (and Lola in Azure Striker Gunvolt 2). Those can already be found on the soundtrack albums for both games (including the one for Azure Striker Gunvolt 2, released last month in Japan).

But if you’re only interested in the vocal tracks, here’s some good news: Inti Creates announced yesterday that Morpho’s second album would be released on November 3rd, with a pre-release on October 27th for members of the Inti Creates fan club (for those who don’t know, Morpho is Lumen’s Japanese name).

Called Yumeutsutsu no Ao -Into the Blue-, this album includes the following tracks:

  1. Ai no Unmei
  2. Kokuu no Enkan
  3. Tagenteki Uchuu (Multi-Universe)
  4. Heikou Sekai (Parallel World) [full chorus version]
  5. Ruri-iro Setsuna
  6. Kinseiseki
  7. Rinne Shin Fumi

Here’s additional details about the album:

  • Artists: Morpho/Lumen (Megu Sakuragawa), Sumegami Electronic Symphony Orchestra (Ippo Yamada, Ryo Kawakami, Yamajet), Jaco Factory
  • Release date: November 3rd (pre-release for Inti Creates fan club members: October 27th)
  • Price: 2 000 Yen (+ taxes)
  • Discs: 1
  • Booklet: 12 pages, full colour

And here’s what the cover looks like:

Finally, some news regarding the digital version of Azure Striker Gunvolt. When the game was released on Steam, Inti Creates added the Japanese voices to the game, along with an updated translated script (closer to the original one, in Japanese).

The Japanese voices and updated script are already included in the retail copy of the game (Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack), but the digital version still doesn’t have them. Today, Inti Creates announced that the patch adding them would be coming “very soon“. Hopefully, we should be getting a propre date within the next few days!

Source: Gamer.ne.jp


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