Natsuiro High School screenshots detail Dragon Orbs

Pink orbs, black orbs, red orbs, white orbs... I'm calling all orbs!

Natsuiro High School: Seishun Hakusho

D3 Publisher has released a new set of Natsuiro High School: Seishun Hakusho screenshots, detailing the island of Yumegashima’s Dragon Shrine and the special items you can obtain from it.

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The Dragon God’s Shrine

On the island of Yumegashima, a guardian deity known as the Dragon God has been worshiped since ancient times. By meeting certain conditions, you can enter his shrine, where you can obtain an item known as the Dragon Orb.

The Dragon Orb’s Mysterious Power

Within the Dragon Orb dwells a mysterious hidden power, which you can release with the help of the island’s antiques dealer. There are various colors of Dragon Orb like white, red, and pink. For example, the pink Dragon Orb changes everyone into their bathing suits. What kind of power is this?!

What About the Black Dragon Orb?

The black Dragon Orb holds a hidden power that “somewhat” distills other characters’ ability to sense the protagonist’s presence. Thus, you can perform a number of actions without increasing your suspicious person gauge. Of course, these Dragon Orbs do wear out. Perhaps by giving more offerings to the Dragon God, you can re-obtain another… maybe.

Natsuiro High School: Seishun Hakusho is due out for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 on June 4 in Japan.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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