Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded Gets Switch Version on December 21

posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Maihana Sōmakyō 2D horizontal shooter also gets PS4 version in January

In a special broadcast of the "Touhou Station" live-stream program on Saturday, Mediascape revealed that it will release Aqua Style's Fushigi no Gensokyo 3 -The Tower of Desire- Reloaded (Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded) game on the Nintendo Switch on December 21. The company will also release souvenir circ's Maihana Sōmakyō game on the PlayStation 4 on January 25. The releases are part of Mediascape's newly-announced partnership with Sony Music's new UNTIES indie publishing label for the "Play, Doujin!" initiative.

The new Switch version of Fushigi no Gensokyo 3 -The Tower of Desire- Reloaded will add Tenshi Hinanawi as a playable character.

Aqua Style previously showed the game running on the Nintendo Switch during the Reitaisai event on May 4, but at the time stated that it was only experimenting with the hardware.

Fushigi no Gensokyo 3 -The Tower of Desire-, the third installment in Aqua Style's RPG projects, debuted for PlayStation Vita in Japan in June 2015. Aqua Style developed the updated Fushigi no Gensokyo 3 -The Tower of Desire- Reloaded version of the game and released it for PS4 and PS Vita in December 2016.

NIS America released the game with the title Touhou Genso Wanderer on March 21 in North America and March 24 in Europe, after being delayed from its original February release dates. The game has a PS4 and PS Vita version.

The PS4 version Maihama Sōmakyō will add a new tutorial and practice mode, as well as new playable characters, bosses, scenarios, and voiced lines.

souvenir circ released the original game for the PC in 2012. The 2D horizontal shooting game allows players to take control of a character and go through the game's story mode, fighting characters from the Touhou franchise in an arena. Players are able to use the familiar bullet patterns of the characters, while evading the bullets of their opponent.

Source: via Hachima Kikō

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