Caligula has over 500 potential party members

Befriend NPCs and form a party all your own.

FuRyu and Aquria have released new Caligula information and screenshots introducing the game’s system to add its over 500 students to the player’s party.

Get the information below.

When you start the game, the “Causality Link” is closed for everyone except the Going Home Club members that the protagonist knows.


Even if you try talking to the students who aren’t connected to by the Causality Link, they might not give you the time of day.


You can talk to Shinbi Kawabata with the help of your party member Kotono, who is her mutual friend. Later on, it’s possible to deepen the friendship.


By deepening your relationships with the general students, a command will appear to add them among the ranks of your fellow party members.


They can participate in battle, too. Their way of fighting seems to be different from the Catharsis Effect used by the Going Home Club, however…


There are more than 500 candidates. Create a party of just boys or one of just girls. This is party customization of irregular freedom.


Caligula is due out for PS Vita on June 23 in Japan.

The screenshots in this article are also available at the gallery.

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