Crystar Switch Port Nanana Trailer Introduces the Drooling Ghost

Crystar Switch Port Nanana Trailer

Publisher NIS America has shared a new Crystar Switch port Nanana trailer, which introduces the drooling female revenant.

Here’s the new Crystar Switch port Nanana trailer:

In case you missed it, you can find the Sen character trailer here and the story trailer for the game here.

Here’s a rundown on the game:

For when I weep, then I am strong.

A girl named Rei and Mirai, her little sister, are dragged into the afterworld of Purgatory. To save her sister, Rei signs a contract with the Demons of Purgatory to fight the monsters infesting their world. Rei and her fellow Executors must face their pasts and confront their tears to overcome the Torments and monsters ahead of them. Will Rei save her sister’s Soul before it’s too late?

About the character designers, Riuichi and ntny

  • Riuichi: Character designer based in Japan. He specializes in goth-aesthetic themed characters. His Crystar character design progress can be seen in this video clip!
  • ntny: Character designer and 3D model creator. ntny has worked on multiple famous titles before CRYSTAR.

Key Features

  • Fight through Your Tears in This Action RPG: Combat the Souls of the dead as you explore the afterworld of Purgatory. Play as four different characters and unlock their memories to learn the truth behind their stories and secrets.
  • Power through Grief: The battle system includes an otherworldly being who fights alongside you. Gather your grief and endure Torments to summon your Guardian!
  • Tears Give You Strength: Crying will help you take down monsters and empower your equipment. In Crystar, tears aren’t a sign of weakness, they are a sign of strength.

The CRYSTAR Switch port western release is set for March 29th in North America and April 1st in Europe. The Japanese release for the Switch port is set for February 2022. Crystar has been available on Windows PC (via Steam) and PlayStation 4.

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