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Diabolik Lovers DARK FATE (ディアボリックラヴァーズ ダークフェイト Diaborikku Ravāzu Dāku Feito) is a Japanese visual novel developed by Rejet. DARK FATE is the sequel of the first game, Haunted Dark Bridal featuring two new characters. It was released in Japan on February 26, 2015 for the PlayStation Vita.[1]

Plot

That is, the fate of new blood.

It was on a certain night, when the moon encroaches; the "Lunar Eclipse".

As Komori Yui was caught in the strife caused by the Sakamaki and Mukami households and her days of getting her blood sucked continued, new siblings appeared before her.

The Tsukinami brothers had returned to Japan as transfer students from the main branch of Mintei Academy, located in the UK.

Turning into wolves and sprinting about the town at night... What is their motive? What is the true identity of these two "Emmisaries?" What is this "fate" they- the founders of vampires- speak of involving the Sakamaki and Mukami households?

What will become of the fates of the Sakamaki and Mukami households, as well as Yui's? This is a new story of blood that begins with the entrance of the two founders of vampires.

Will Yui be able to safely see the "fate" that awaits her at the ending of the limitless bloody spiral?

The blood-sucking love that's enough to make you go mad will now begin...

Characters

Main Characters

New Characters

Gameplay

Diabolik Lovers is classified as an otome game, where the player takes the role of the main female character, Yui Komori (name is changeable) who can choose from a variety of male characters as her love interest. In Diabolik Lovers, every playable character's route is split into three sections: Dark, Maniac and Ecstasy. Each of these three sections are split into a prologue, ten subsections, and an epilogue. There are three possible endings for each character.

Music

Opening Theme

Artist: Ayato Sakamaki (CV:Hikaru Midorikawa), Shu Sakamaki (CV:Kōsuke Toriumi), Subaru Sakamaki (CV:Takashi Kondō)

Ending Theme

Artist: :Artist: Carla Tsukinami (CV:Toshiyuki Morikawa), Shin Tsukinami (CV:Showtaro Morikubo)

Original Soundtrack

Composing and Arrangement: Yuki Sugiura

External Links

References

  1. DIABOLIK LOVERS DARK FATE (Japanese) Diabolik Lovers DARK FATE

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