This is not the story of some hero. This is your story. „ 

— Tagline.


City Shrouded in Shadow (巨影都市?) is a survival role-playing game developed by Granzella and published by Bandai Namco for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita systems.

The game was released on October 19, 2017 in Japan, with no news on a North American localization from the game's publisher.

The game utilizes licenses to multiple franchises, including both the Godzilla, Gamera, Ultraman, Evangelion, and Patlabor franchises.


City Shrouded in Shadow is an survival/role-playing game in which the player assumes the role of a powerless civilian caught in the middle of a kaiju attack. The goal of the game is simply to survive, generally by fleeing from the attacking creatures.

The game's main antagonists are strange shadowy creatures that can assume the form of other creatures, including Ultraman. The real Ultraman appears as well, serving as a protector that defends the city and battles the shadow creatures.

Godzilla is also confirmed to appear in the game, while the player must flee from him whenever he makes landfall. Scans of the game from Famitsu also feature a silhouette that strongly resembles an Evangelion.




  • Gamera (1996)
  • Gyaos (1995)
  • Legion Soldiers
  • Legion Flower


Rebuild of Evangelion

  • Evangelion Unit 01
  • Evangelion Unit 02
  • Evangelion Unit 00
  • Fourth Angel Sachiel
  • Fifth Angel Shamshel
  • Tenth Angel Sahaquiel


  • Ingram Units 1 and 2
  • Grau Bear
  • Pyro-Buster


City Shrouded in Shadow opened with immense opening sales, placing second during its launch, with 48,935 units sold on the PlayStation 4, not counting digital sales. In comparison, 2014's Godzilla VS video game opened at number ten, with 7,729 units sold. The game's PlayStation 3 port in comparison also only sold 19,777 units, making City Shrouded in Shadows a large success for the company who previously published said Godzilla title.[1]



  1. Sato (October 25, 2017). This Week In Sales: GT Sport, City Shrouded in Shadow, And The Evil Within 2 Debuts Siliconera. Retrieved November 3, 2017
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