White Flower TranslationsIt was first released on September 18th, in Japan bundled with the third anime Blu-ray. The story was also included in the novel Attack on Titan: Lost Girls which was later adapted into a manga of the same name. With a lost sense of purpose, Mikasa speeds through the city killing Titans until her vertical maneuvering equipment runs out of gas, sending her falling to the ground below. As she lies in a daze, having fallen onto a shop awning, Mikasa is filled with regret at her inability to save Eren and distaste at the biting cold brought by a light rainfall. Looking up at the gray sky, she sees a white butterfly fluttering across the battlefield. She grows upset, blaming the rain for the tragedy of that day since hardships in her life have always been accompanied by rain. Before her grief can consume her, she stops herself from thinking.
SAYA NO UTA THE SONG OF SAYA FULL VISUAL NOVEL Walkthrough gameplay ALL ENDINGS
Back in October, we took a look at the seven official Attack on Titan games coming out in Japan. Of these, four are visual novels included on the Japanese Blu-rays. The team over at White Flower Translations , who regularly translate manga, light novels, and drama CDs, have decided to pick up all four games as one of its ongoing projects. But more than simply translating the script, the WFT team is adding in a few screen shots and the accompanying background music to set the stage as you read. Of course, for the full experience—i. Currently only the beginning of Lost in the Cruel World , the first of the four visual novels, has been posted online, though they plan to do all four games eventually. To check out the translation for yourself, head on over to the White Flower Translations homepage.