Tokyo Xanadu screenshots introduce Lem, Morimiya City

Check out the Station Square, Star Camera, and shopping district.

Tokyo Xanadu

The latest set of Tokyo Xanadu screenshots introduce new character Lem, who was first introduced in Dengeki PlayStation this week, and some of Morimiya City, which players will be able to freely explore.

Get the details below.

■ Characters

Lem (voiced by Mai Kadowaki)

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A Greed and mysterious girl (?) who calmly wanders the Other World. She’s well-regulated with androgynous features, but her actual nationality, gender, and age are unknown. It’s not even known if she’s human.

One day, she stumbles outside of the Other World and suddenly appears before Kou. As one eligible for it, she gives Kou the chance to manifest his Soul Device.

While she can often be seen appearing around Kou for assistance, at times she only appears to observe Kou’s actions as a bystander, so her true intentions are not clear.

She seems to have knowledge about something called “Xanadu,” but…

■ Setting

Station Square

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A vast, public space connected to Morimiya Station, located in the center of Morimiya City.

As a city access point, a swarm of people go back and forth through the square regardless of day or night. There’s a giant arch-shaped monument that acts as a famous meeting spot and symbol at the center of the square.

Various transportation facilities are gathered here, including the Tama Monorail, bus stop, and railroad. There are also big-name retailers like “Star Camera” and “Orion Library,” where a number of students drop by to shop after school.

Star Camera

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A nationwide retailer. They deal in a vast range of products, including the latest music CDs, games, and Xiphones from makers like the Hokuto Group and Amano Works.

Morimiya Shopping District

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A community-based shopping district that gives off a traditional feel. You’ll feel its antiquity when passing under the “Morimiya Shopping District” arch. There are grocers on both sides of main street, a butcher, hardware and smith shop, sports suppliers—a number of small shops all linked together where you’ll find a full selection of life’s necessities.

Kou’s friend Ryouta’s parents run the Ibuki Fruits and Vegetables Shop located in the district, as well as the area where old friends of Kou and Shiori live.

Tokyo Xanadu is due out for PS Vita in Japan on September 30.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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