Hakuoki Shinkai: Fūkaden, Code:Realize Switch Games' Videos Unveiled
posted on by Jennifer Sherman
Idea Factory's Otomate brand began streaming promotional videos for the Nintendo Switch releases of its Hakuōki Shinkai: Fūkaden and Code:Realize ~Bouquet of Rainbows~ (Code:Realize ~Saikō no Hanataba~) games on Wednesday.
Hakuōki Shinkai: Fūkaden for the Switch will ship in Japan on September 6.
The Hakuōki Shinkai: Fūkaden game combines the Hakuōki: Kyoto Winds (Hakuōki Shinkai: Kaze no Shō) and Hakuōki: Edo Blossoms (Hakuōki Shinkai: Hana no Shō) games in one release, and shipped in Japan in July 2017 for the PlayStation 4. Both Hakuōki: Kyoto Winds and Hakuōki: Edo Blossoms remake the original Hakuōki Shinsengumi Kitan 2008 PlayStation 2 game.
Idea Factory International released the Hakuōki: Kyoto Winds game in North America and Europe in May 2017 for the PlayStation Vita, and later released the game for PC via Steam last August. Idea Factory International released Hakuōki: Edo Blossoms for the PS Vita on March 13 in North America, and on March 16 in Europe. The game also launched for the PC via Steam on March 13.
Code:Realize ~Bouquet of Rainbows~ for the Switch will ship in Japan on September 13.
Code:Realize ~Bouquet of Rainbows~ includes both the original Code:Realize~Guardian of Rebirth~ (Code:Realize ~Sōsei no Himegimi) game and the Code:Realize ~Future Blessings~ (Code:Realize ~Shukufuku no Mirai~) fan disc. The game launched in Japan for the PlayStation 4 last August, and Aksys Games released the game in the West on March 30.
Code:Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ originally shipped in Japan for the PlayStation Vita in November 2014. Aksys Games released the game in North America and Europe in October 2015.
Code:Realize ~Shirogane no Kiseki~, a second fan disc, launched on the PS Vita and PS4 in Japan last December. Aksys Games will release the fan disc in English with the title Code:Realize ~Wintertide Miracles~.
Both Hakuōki Shinkai: Fūkaden and Code:Realize ~Bouquet of Rainbows~ are part of Otomate's planned 12 releases for the Switch, which also includes an as-yet unrevealed new work for Hakuōki.