By Spencer . February 13, 2012 . 1:02am
Ciel no Surge, Gust’s PlayStation Vita communication game, has players bond with Ion to help restore her memories. Ion lives in her own world and when you power on your system she’ll greet you… unless she’s sleeping. Ciel no Surge is tied to a real world clock and if you want you can eat meals with Ion. Ion will ask players what time you can meet her so you can set a dinner date. Ion will cook and as you play the game she learns how to make more meals., but sweets are always her favorite thing to eat.
Ion will try to create items on her own, but she often makes mistakes. Players can give her advice and after Ion creates an item she will ask you out on a date.
Dates take place outside of Ion’s tiny home. One of them is on a beach and if you tap the screen you can talk to Ion. Gust plans on releasing additional items as online DLC that trigger date events. Ciel no Surge comes out on April 26.