Following its announcement in Dengeki last week, Nippon Ichi Software has opened the full website for Labyrinth of Galleria: Coven of Dusk. The publisher also released some new details on the game, screenshots, and a box art.
- Necrolamp, The Mysterious Lantern
The player's avatar, where the loitering spirit -or in other words, the player's spirit- is sealed within. You cannot move on your own, so your movements on the ground are accompanied by the summoner Eureka. Although you can express your intentions, you cannot speak or show feelings. You can optionally change your name here.
- Eureka, The Exploration Assistant
A girl who came to Galleria after looking at a recruitment poster for an exploration assistant. She is healthy, bright, and has a positive attitude towards everything. As Madame Malta's assistant, she will assist in the exploration of labyrinths. She also acts as a summoner to keep the loitering spirit in the present world.
- Madame Malta, The Old Witch
An old witch with long white hair. Receiving a request from the owner of Galleria, she performs explorations using puppet soldiers in order to find strange items sleeping inside underground labyrinths.
- Peliko, The Witch's Granddaughter
Madame Malta's granddaughter who journeys together with her. Although she is healthy, she's also always pouty and nobody knows what she is thinking about, which causes troubles around her. She also likes cats.
Labyrinth of Galleria takes place at a remote mansion, called Galleria, which houses a mysterious Underground Labyrinth within. The entrance to the labyrinth has been lost, and valuable treasured are fabled to be found within its walls.
As previously detailed, two new facet classes include Wonder Corsairs - all-around combat units that can use many types of weapons - and Shinomashira - Eastern warriors that work well on the front line wielding hammers. You can find their class art in the gallery.
Combat in Labyrinth of Galleria seems to stick quite close to the same coven/formation systems used in Labyrinth of Refrain (something we were very positive on in our review), although one new addition is that of Miramachinas - autonomous puppets that can be summoned in front of the party that can act as a shield or offer other bonuses to the party. They operate for a limited amount of turns before they are exhausted. You can see some examples of these automatons in the screenshot above.
Labyrinth of Galleria: Coven of Dusk is set to release on July 25 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita in Japan. An English localization has yet to be announced. Find screenshots and artwork in the gallery below.