Naughty PS4 Exclusive School Girl Zombie Hunter’s Western Release Announced by Aksys Games

If you thought that D3Publisher and Tamsoft's naughty PS4 game School Girl Zombie Hunter would have never come west, you were wrong.

on July 1, 2017 5:50 PM

During a panel at Anime Expo in Los Angeles, that DualShockers attended, Aksys Games announced that it will release D3Publisher’s School Girl Zombie Hunter in the west.

The game will come exclusively for PS4 in late 2017.

School Girl Zombie Hunter is developed by Tamsoft, and is connected to the developer’s Onechanbara universe. Like its predecessors, it’s definitely rather heavy with naughty themes, including destructible clothes and a lot more.

It tells the story of a bunch of girls trapped in their school during a zombie outbreak. Of course, Japanese schoolgirls never go down without a fight, so they pick up a plethora of firearms and melee weapons to make minced meat of the undead invaders. Also, given that this is a game by Tamsoft, they have no issue using a more subtle arsenal against the enemy. This includes using their clothes and underwear carrying their scent as a decoy, and it actually works.

It was released in Japan on January 12th, 2017. If you want to see more, you can check out a batch of screenshots showing some extra costumes from the Japanese version, a crazy trailer that is quite unsafe for work, and more screenshots showcasing the primary use of underwear in the zombie-infested school.

Of course, if you’re easily offended (or if you’re at work), you probably shouldn’t click any of these links, and can just move on to the comment section downstairs to express your outrage.

Naughty PS4 Exclusive School Girl Zombie Hunter's Western Release Announced by Aksys Games

[On location reporting: Azario Lopez]

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