City Shrouded in Shadow for PS4 Gets 1080p Screenshots: Lesbian Protagonist Option, Ultraman Aplenty

Bandai Namco and Granzella reveal more Ultraman characters for City Shrouded in Shadow, alongside the ways we can customize our protagonist.

on October 13, 2017 6:51 AM

Today Bandai Namco released a batch of 1080p direct feed screenshots of the upcoming survival game City Shrouded in Shadow developed by Granzella.

First of all, we see more giant threats from the Ultraman franchise, and more precisely Ultraman Taro, Ultraman Belial and Ultraman Zero.

More screenshots show the beginning of the game, starting with the character selection. We get to choose our protagonist’s gender, job (student, salaryman and more), initial clothes, hair style, and more. Interestingly, if we select a female protagonist, we can also determine her sexual orientation by deciding her relationship with the heroine (which can be only female). We can select for her to be a friend, a very important person, a lover, or someone we don’t know very well.

The protagonist will meet various people in the city, but they’re not always friendly. They will witness a suspicious transaction while escaping from one of the giant shadows, and from them on they will be pursued by criminals named Shibata and Muto.

After that, they will run to the park that was the appointed meeting point with the heroine, and escape together in the subway, where they will encounter a journalist named Kashiwagi. After leaving the subway, they will fun into Shibata and Muto again, but a mysterious man named Fujiware will also appear. His goals are unknown, but Shibata and Muto appear to fear him.

You can enjoy the screenshots below, and f you want to see more, you can also watch a recent trailer, some more screenshots, and the first 35 minutes of gameplay.

Cty Shrouded in Shadow will release in Japan on October 19th, exclusively for PS4. No western release has been announced, for the moment.

 /  Executive News Editor
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