Bullet Girls Phantasia Gets Tons of Screenshots Showing More Waifus, More Fanservice, and Tanks

D3 Publisher released another large gallery of screenshots including waifus of all colors, fanservice, and even tanks and dragons.

on May 31, 2018 6:16 AM

Today D3 Publisher sent in another reveal of its upcoming action game Bullet Girls Phantasia, releasing another metric ton of screenshots.

As usual, keep in mind that this is a D3 Publisher game, and a Bullet Girls title to boot, so you can pretty much expect what you’re getting into if the headline wasn’t clear enough. There is a lot of fanservice scattered around the screenshots.

First of all, we get the introduction of two new waifus Haldina Krisanth the elf, and Ladoria Sealwid, the dark elf. And yes, dark elves are always the best.

We also get to see two armored vehicles that can be driven in the game, including a tank and a light armored reconnaissance vehicle. With stronger weapons, come stronger enemies, including a dragon.

There is also a reverse interrogation feature, in which the player will be “scolded” by the girls. Some are into that, after all. You can choose “soft” and “hard” answers in order to get different outcomes. Of course, since the ladies will get right in your face, you’ll get plenty of interesting camera angles.

Last, but not least, since the series is moving to a fantasy world…. you know where this is going, don’t you? There will be tentacles involved.

You can check out the screenshots below. If you want to see more, you can also check out the previous gallery and an older trailer. The game will launch in Japan on August 9th for PS4 and PS Vita. No western release has been announced for the moment.

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