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'''''Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-''''' is a 2021 visual novel developed by TYPE-MOON for the Playstation 4 and the Nintendo Switch. It is a remake to the game ''Tsukihime'' released in the year 2000. '''In an interview with the writer and director Kinoko Nasu, it was revealed that the game was originally developed for PC.'''<ref>https://www.frontlinejp.net/2021/08/30/tsukihime-remake-release-interview-with-nasu-and-takeuchi/</ref> When the game was finished in 2019, it was decided in the end to port the game to PS4 and Nintendo Switch and release it exclusively for those platforms.  
 
'''''Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon-''''' is a 2021 visual novel developed by TYPE-MOON for the Playstation 4 and the Nintendo Switch. It is a remake to the game ''Tsukihime'' released in the year 2000. '''In an interview with the writer and director Kinoko Nasu, it was revealed that the game was originally developed for PC.'''<ref>https://www.frontlinejp.net/2021/08/30/tsukihime-remake-release-interview-with-nasu-and-takeuchi/</ref> When the game was finished in 2019, it was decided in the end to port the game to PS4 and Nintendo Switch and release it exclusively for those platforms.  
Nasu stated that the reasoning behind this decision was wanting players "to play it connected preferably to a large TV screen".<ref name="YongYea">[https://www.reddit.com/r/Tsukihime/comments/mdbbpv/typemoon_ace_1s_tsukihime_interview_first_half/ Translation of the interview with Nasu in Type-Moon Ace 13.] Retrieved 6 Sep '21</ref>
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Nasu stated that the reasoning behind this decision was wanting players "to play it connected preferably to a large TV screen".<ref name="YongYea">[https://www.reddit.com/r/Tsukihime/comments/mdbbpv/typemoon_ace_1s_tsukihime_interview_first_half/ Translation of the interview with Nasu in Type-Moon Ace 13.] Retrieved 06 Sep '21</ref>
  
 
Not much other information is known about the port itself. No gameplay footage of the orignal PC version has ever been seen nor have any builds of the original version been leaked.
 
Not much other information is known about the port itself. No gameplay footage of the orignal PC version has ever been seen nor have any builds of the original version been leaked.
  
==Fanmade remake==
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==Fanmade Remake==
Kinoko Nasu's decision to cancel the original PC version was a controversial decision among the western TYPE-MOON fandom. The fan translation group Hollow Moon announced that they are going to begin working on a fanmade port of the console versions to PC alongside an English translation.<ref name="hollow">[https://twitter.com/HollowMoonTL/status/1344674251668742144 Hollow Moon's tweet announcing the porting project.] Retrieved 7 Sep '21</ref>
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Kinoko Nasu's decision to cancel the original PC version was a controversial decision among the western TYPE-MOON fandom to the point that the fan translation group Hollow Moon announced that they are going to begin working on a fanmade port of the console versions to PC alongside an English translation.<ref name="hollow">[https://twitter.com/HollowMoonTL/status/1344674251668742144 Hollow Moon's tweet announcing the porting project.] Retrieved 07 Sep '21</ref>
  
 
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Cover for the released versions of the game.

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Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon- is a 2021 visual novel developed by TYPE-MOON for the Playstation 4 and the Nintendo Switch. It is a remake to the game Tsukihime released in the year 2000. In an interview with the writer and director Kinoko Nasu, it was revealed that the game was originally developed for PC.[1] When the game was finished in 2019, it was decided in the end to port the game to PS4 and Nintendo Switch and release it exclusively for those platforms. Nasu stated that the reasoning behind this decision was wanting players "to play it connected preferably to a large TV screen".[2]

Not much other information is known about the port itself. No gameplay footage of the orignal PC version has ever been seen nor have any builds of the original version been leaked.

Fanmade Remake[edit | edit source]

Kinoko Nasu's decision to cancel the original PC version was a controversial decision among the western TYPE-MOON fandom to the point that the fan translation group Hollow Moon announced that they are going to begin working on a fanmade port of the console versions to PC alongside an English translation.[3]

References[edit | edit source]