Bullet Girls Phantasia coming to Asia in English in spring 2018

H2 Interactive localizing the third-person shooter.

Bullet Girls Phantasia

H2 Interactive will release Bullet Girls Phantasia for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Asia with English subtitles in spring 2018, the publisher announced.

In Japan, Bullet Girls Phantasia is also due out in spring 2018.

Here’s a brief overview of the game, via Play-Asia:

Bullet Girls Phantasia is the latest entry in the Bullet Girls series. It is an action shooting game where you control the girls of the “Ranger Club,” which is a school organization established with the purpose of defence training, and fight enemies one after the next. In this instalment, the setting has changed from a school to a fantasy world, where you will fight against monsters like orcs and slimes that come at you in big numbers. Take on the challenge using modern-day weapons like rifles and shotguns.

For the first time in the series, the game will have Buddy characters that participate in battles to help the player, in contrast to Supporter characters that only worked behind the scenes in past games. There are situations where tanks are placed on the battlefield, which you can enter and control tanks to annihilate monsters.

When the girls are attacked by monsters, their clothes will gradually be destroyed as they receive damage. The more the clothes are destroyed, the more damage is received for same attacks.

The key feature in the series, ‘Interrogation Training’, is a mode where the player can tickle or slightly annoy the girls by simulating a situation in which they are caught by an enemy. You can use various interrogation items like water guns and condensed milk. The character’s mood changes and gives different response depending on the item used in the interrogation.

Read more about the game here. Watch the game’s first teaser trailer here.

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