To All of Mankind Opening Movie and More Details Releasedon May 2, 2019 by Max Williams
Nippon Ichi Software has released the To All of Mankind opening movie, as well as added some further information on the adventure game’s daily flow and DLC character to the official website. The To All of Mankind opening movie features the theme song “Precious Days” by Nanahira. Check it out below:
How cute! It’s very laid-back and cheerful for a survival game set in a ruined landscape! I think this opening gives us a good idea of the feel of the game, and it seems pretty sweet and relaxing.
Gameplay Daily Flow
On a usual morning, Kyouka will wake up in the hotel and the day starts from there. By waking up early, she can explore the town and the hotel with the other girls. Will there still be no one else in town today…? What kind of useful tools will you come across?
As you explore, you will find items that can only be found in Akihabara. The figures, electronics, and other things you come across in the culture-filled Akihabara can be used in your survival life.
Once you get tired of exploring, you can use ingredients you’ve gathered to make food for the day. Eating a well-balanced diet of foods such as meat, fish, and vegetables will recover health as well as provide various useful benefits like smoother collecting or increased dexterity.
When the girls get tired and hungry, their performance will worsen. In a self-sufficient way of living that requires all of life’s necessities, hunger is a powerful enemy. You’ll be able to double your exploration times on some occasions, so be sure to check your status for any worrying conditions.
Perfect physical condition will allow you to explore a lot without worry, find various tools and ingredients, and gradually build your list of recipes for cooking. Live a productive survival life that satisfies both mind and body.
DLC Character Sukhaya Shuka
CV: Yuki Yagi
A half-Japanese, half-Russian girl. Sukhaya is a prodigy exchange student who entered college by skipping grades and is only 12 years old. Majoring in aerospace engineering, she the one to go to when it’s about the sky. She has a somewhat cultured side and enjoys rakugo.
Sukhaya is paid DLC costing 500 yen, and can become available from the middle of the game. As you might expect from a prodigy, she has a wealth of knowledge. Sukhaya can also see things the other 5 girls cannot.
To All of Mankind is due out for PS4 and Nintendo Switch on June 27th in Japan.