PS4 Exclusive Genkai Tokki Castle Panzers Gets Another Gameplay Video Showing “Holy Play” [NSFW]

Genkai Tokki Castle Panzers pushes the limit of what Sony will allow on PS4 with a new gameplay video.

on September 1, 2017 2:33 PM

Compile Heart game can normally get pretty heated, even more so those of the Genkai Tokki series by Felistella, and Genkai Tokki Castle Panzers certainly pushes the boundaries of what Sony will allow on PS4.

Today we get a few new screenshots and a new video showcasing the “Holy Play” feature, that was already shown last week.

If you have not noticed the big “NSFW” tag in the headline, make sure to watch this video at home, possibly alone, because it’s definitely pretty raunchy.

The Holy Play feature  feature prompts the player to touch one of the heroines in the game in order to increase her gauge. If you fill it, you’ll receive various beneficial effects, on top of a bonus to the castle bombardment attack. The Genkai Tokki series may have lost the touch screen by abandoning the Vita, but looks like the analog sticks of the DualShock 4 are still good enough.

You can check out the video below, and if you want to see more of the game, you can also watch another video that is equally not safe for work, another recent trailer, some semi-recent screenshotsa second batcha previous gallery, and the first trailer.

Genkai Tokki Castle Panzers will release in Japan on September 28th, 2017 exclusively for PS4. At the moment, there is no indication of a western release coming down the line. I wouldn’t honestly expect it, but you never know.

 /  Executive News Editor
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