Genkai Tokki: Castle Panzers is a simulation RPG, launches 2017 in Japan

Non-substantial tidbits about the upcoming PlayStation 4 game.

Genkai Tokki: Castle Panzers

The latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation has first details on Genkai Tokki: Castle Panzers, Compile Heart’s first entry in the Genkai Tokki series for PlayStation 4 announced earlier this month.

The game is a simulation RPG due out in 2017 in Japan. It is produced by Norihisa Kochiwa and directed by Kenta Kanno.

Here are tidbits from the magazine’s interview with the creators:

  • It’s a P.S. RPG (“Pai x Shiri”—“Breasts x Butt” in English).
  • Felistella, the developer, specializes in simulation RPGs. (Felistella developed Agarest Senki, Summon Night 5, and the Summon Night 3 and 4 PSP ports.)
  • They want to propose a new way to play with PlayStation 4.
  • The girl shown in the teaser trailer is a human, not a monster girl.
  • There will be a substantial amount of monster girls in the game.
  • A castle integrated with a tank will appear.
  • As for the difficulty, everyone will be able to play it.
  • Using two analog sticks… (Editor’s Note: That’s all this bullet says. Use your imagination.)
  • The message is that whether it’s breasts or butt, you can have it either way.
  • When something grows, the characters will also grow.
  • Cloth is also something they’re being particular about.

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