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Touhou Gouyoku Ibun: Suibotsushita Chinshuu Jigoku coming to Switch this fall in Japan

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Touhou Gouyoku Ibun: Suibotsushita Chinshuu Jigoku coming to Switch this fall in Japan​


Switch version published by Phoenixx.



Publisher Phoenixx and developer Twilight Frontier will release Touhou Project side-scrolling bullet hell action game Touhou Gouyoku Ibun: Suibotsushita Chinshuu Jigoku for Switch via Nintendo eShop this fall in Japan, the companies announced.

Touhou Gouyoku Ibun: Suibotsushita Chinshuu Jigoku first launched for PC on October 29, 2021.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Touhou Gouyoku Ibun: Suibotsushita Chinshuu Jigoku is a bullet hell action game featuring characters from the Touhou Project series.

The player controls the heroes as they pursue the mystery of the strange phenomenon that has occurred, overcome the enemies that stand in their way, and head for the abyss.

Turn the thick, difficult-to-evade barrage of bullets unleashed by the enemy into water and slip through their attacks, and use the water to unleash powerful attack “Spell Cards” to win the fight!

Gameplay

Control the player character to attack the enemy, and when the enemy’s HP becomes zero, move onto the next enemy. If you make a mistake and your own HP becomes zero, then it is Game Over.

By touching the enemy’s bullet barrage with a graze or attack, you can extinguish or slip through their assault. By touching the bullet barrage with the right timing, you can use spiritual power to convert it to water. By amassing a large amount of water, you can unleash powerful Spell Cards.

If you get a Game Over, you can start over from the beginning of the stage.

Note: Never-give-up attitude required.

Story

Black water gushed out from the ground. It gave off a stench that was not easy to shed once it touched the body. It was by no means water meant for daily use.

Some saw the black water that gushed forth as misfortune, while others saw it as a good fortune; some as holy, some as evil, some as a calamity, and some as a means of financial prosperity. With various theories in the air, there were even some festivities among them.
However, an incident occurred that sent a chill down the spines of those in high spirits. From springs for drinking water to beautiful clear-water streams and hot springs meant for relaxation, black water began to gush forth…

Watch a trailer for the Switch version below.



Source: Gematsu
 
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