Zany RPG ‘Citizens of Space’ Set to Blast Off to Consoles and PC Later This Month; Gets an Announcement Trailer

Earthlings, we have an announcement to share: Citizens of Space, the follow-up to the bizarre-yet-cool RPG Citizens of Earth released in 2015, is set to blast off for PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PC-via Steam on June 18 for $14.99. Like the previous Citizens title, the game is being developed by Eden Industries and published by Sega.

With this intergalactic follow-up, it’ll feature an all-new combat system, deeper recruitment mechanics, and plenty of unique worlds to explore. Prepare for a ridiculous far-out adventure, because Citizens of Space seems like it’ll be completely zany — in a good way, of course.

In the game, you’ll be the newly elected Ambassador of Earth to the Galactic Federation of Planets. Sounds pretty nice, right? Well, everything seems like smooth sailing, at first… until you arrive at the Federation headquarters for your first Assembly and you find Earth, the very planet you’re supposed to represent, is gone. As an unfortunate result, you lost almost everything, your job, and of course, your home, so it’ll be up to you to recruit Citizens from across the galaxy and figure out how to make things right.

No need to go on a quest for Citizens of Space‘s key features, we have them for you below:

Citizens Unite!–You have access to over 40 recruitable Citizens, all available at any moment in the story, and each with their own role to fill in and out of combat. Everything has been streamlined so you’ll spend a lot less time managing and more time leading your Citizens!

A Brand-New Battle System–Put your skills to the test in a newly-designed combat system where your ability to leverage timing and reflex-based minigames make all the difference between a landslide victory and a concession speech.

New Worlds of Exploration–It’s not just Earth in trouble this time! Journey from your home planet to a variety of humorous, wacky worlds, each brought to life with vivid art and organic environments.

While you’re still here in “Noisy Pixel planet”, watch the announcement trailer and check out some screenshots of the game:

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Brad Crespo

Editor-in-Chief - On a quest to play as many new games as possible while trying to finish an endless backlog.