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Valentine’s Day is also a big deal in Japan. Maybe, it’s even larger than in the west, so it should be no surprise that most local games with an continuing character scramble to capitalize on the chocolate-driven occasion. DMM’s Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier is no exception.

As a matter of fact, it obtained  two different events related to the lovey-dovey holiday, along with the first just reasoned, to be substituted by the next.

This is especially yummy, because it isn’t only a celebration of waifus, mecha, and chocolate, but in addition, it includes a free SRR personality. Properly… She is not entirely free as you need to drop her at the last assignment of the case, however I got three duplicates, so she’so simple. To be exact, the pilot is a power-type valentine-themed Suzumiya Akane from Kimi ga Nozomu Eien. She is a very good sniper, therefore I advise attempting to catch her.

Two themed pilots are available through gacha only (either paid and with gems you’re able to mill), and they are   Shizuku Miono  from Muv-Luv Unlimited The Day After and the original personality  Yuna Katagiri.

More snacks you can get by simply playing the assignments (equally as drops and your entire score) are two TFS mecha. These two are Power-type along with valentine-themed, more exactly a TSF-Type-89 Kagerou and a   TSF-Type-94 Shiranui.

And they’re equipped with a chocolate sword and a missile launcher that shoots chocolate-flavored strawberries.

It is possible to check them all from the gallery below. In addition, keep in mind that the Attack on Titan crossover  event is currently in full swing, but it’s accessible exclusively in the All-Ages edition of the game. On the flip side, this Valentine occasion is available in either the All-Ages version as well as the R-Rated edition.

Muv-Luv Alternative: Strike Frontier is now available for iOS, Android, also on browsers. A western release hasn’t yet been declared.

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