Type-Moon games tend to have top-notch animation, and we got a look at the latest with an opening animation for the recently released Tsukihime remake. The studio behind the opening animation is ufotable, which previously worked on Fate/Zero, Fate/stay night: Unlimited Blade Works, and the Fate/stay night films for Type-Moon. The studio is more recently known for the Demon Slayer anime and film.
Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon- is the first entry in a series of Tsukihime remakes. It is a remake of the 2008 visual novel Tsukihime. It features updated artwork and an expansion on the original story routes written by Kinoko Nasu. The Tsukihime remake also adds new voice acting work. Artist Takashi Takeuchi recently mentioned in an interview that the remake has one major change from the original game, but that’s something you’ll have to check out for yourself.
Watch the opening animation for the Tsukihime remake below:
Tsukihime -A piece of blue glass moon- is now available in Japan for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. The standard edition is available for 7,700 yen (~$70.27). You can also get a limited-edition version with a 100-page art book for 8,800 yen (~$80.31). You can watch the latest gameplay trailer for the visual novel in our previous report.