Tokyo Clanpool launches October 5 in Japan

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Tokyo Clanpool

Tokyo Clanpool will launch for PS Vita in Japan on October 5, the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation reveals.

The story of Tokyo Clanpool is set in near-future Tokyo, when an upside-down city suddenly appears in the sky, and a tower stretching from the city connects to the National Diet Building to form the demonic “Dark World Diet Tower.” In order to fight against the monsters overflowing into the city and clear the tower, the protagonist Natsume Kannuki assumes the office of first-generation prime minister and leads a cabinet of girls.

In addition to the release date, Dengeki PlayStation has details on a powered-up form for the heroine and company called “Holy Manifestation Mode.” During battle, the girls equip their “Digi-Skins,” but by switching over to Holy Manifestation Mode, an aura will surround and further enhance them. The magazine has visuals of Natsume, as well as party members Chiyo Saionji, Hotaru Urushihara, and Mikuri Kirigakure in their Digi-Skins and Holy Manifestation Modes, as well as comments from character designer Tsunako.

Here’s a look at Natsume in her standard look, Digi-Skin, and Holy Manifestation Mode:

Natsume – Standard

Tokyo Clanpool

Natsume – Digi-Skin

Tokyo Clanpool

Natsume – Holy Manifestation Mode

Tokyo Clanpool

The magazine also has an introduction to the game’s “Gadgeteers” system, which described as essential to Holy Manifestation Mode. Gadgeteers are cyber spirits themed after gadgets and designed by well-known illustrators. Here is a look at one of the Gadgeteers:

Tokyo Clanpool

Thanks, Dengeki Online.

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