SG/ZH School Girl/Zombie Hunter second trailer, with English subtitles

A five-minute look at the upcoming third-person shooter.

SG/ZH School Girl/Zombie Hunter

(Warning: The thumbnail of the trailer at the bottom of this post, as well as the actual trailer itself, is NSFW.)

D3 Publisher has released the second trailer for SG/ZH School Girl/Zombie Hunter, its Tamsoft-developed third-person shooter set in the world of Onechanbara for PlayStation 4.

The company released the trailer in both English subtitled and Japanese versions. This is something D3 Publisher has done before with Onechanbara Z2: Chaos and Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair, both of which were eventually localized and released in western territories.

The English trailer includes an English description:

Schoolgirls fight for their lives in this action shooter!

Set in a school that has suddenly been overrun by zombies and cut off from the outside world, five schoolgirls fight for their lives in this action shooter which takes place in a similar setting to the popular Onechanbara series.

The schoolyard, gymnasium, and other areas within the isolated school grounds will become fierce battlefields as you evade and fight against the invading zombie hordes. Progress through missions using a variety of firearms from handguns to assault rifles and fight to the bitter end!

Also features a clothes ripping system where zombie attacks will destroy the characters’ clothing!

If you missed it last week, catch our latest update on the game here.

SG/ZH School Girl/Zombie Hunter will launch for PlayStation 4 in Japan on January 12 for 6,980 yen. Read about the game’s first-print and shop-specific purchase bonuses here.

Watch the trailers below.

With English Subtitles

Without Subtitles

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