Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm (PS Vita)

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Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm is PlayStation Vita port of PC (Windows) game with the same title, but with reduced rating. The story tells of a sophomore, Masaya Hinata, in a world where flying is possible thanks to the invention of anti-gravity shoes (known as "Grash" which was coin-up term for "Gravity Shoes") that anyone can afford. With the new ability, the world has invented a new sport known as "Flying Circus". Masaya participated in that sport some time ago, but after repeated defeats and constant frustration he got fed up with it and left the team. But after meeting Asuka Kurashina, a transfer student, his fire to experience the glory days got lit again. But his feelings for sport aren't the only thing that brought him joy. It was his feelings for Asuka, and their participation in this sport together, side by side, facing the opponents.

The PlayStation Vita release comes with additional and new content, some of which include numerous new CG events for heroines, and two new songs including "Rays of the Sun" and opening theme song "Crossing Way" performed by Mami Kawada (川田まみ).

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Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm PS Vita Digital manual (Trial version)
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  • "蒼の彼方のフォーリズム" -- Japanese spelling
  • "Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm: Beyond the sky, into the firmament." -- Tag-line title

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MAT (166033) added Ao no Kanata no Four Rhythm (PS Vita) on Apr 05, 2016