Touhou Genso Maroku W, Diadra Empty, and Gundemoniums announced for PlayStation platforms

Three new indie titles from Mediascape.

Mediascape has announced three new indie game titles coming to PlayStation platforms in Japan in 2017.

Get the information below.

Touhou Genso Maroku W: The Devil of Decline (PS Vita, June 2017)

Touhou Genso Maroku W: The Devil of Decline

Developed by Strawberry Bose, Touhou Genso Maroku W: The Devil of Decline introduces a “Shikigami System” where your party fights while equipped with shikigami.

By equipping these over 100 shikigami to characters, you’ll be able to use various skills and abilities. Some of the enemies you defeat will become shikigami, and you can recruit them to take along with you. Part of the fun is figuring out how to battle in your own way with Shikigami.

There are dungeons made up of various areas to explore, as well as alchemy, shikigami, items, and spell cards to collect, an illustrated encyclopedia, and other additional elements to enjoy.

Diadra Empty: To Wish for Dreaming Tomorrow (PlayStation 4, 2017)

Diadra Empty: To Wish for Dreaming Tomorrow

Developed by Frozen Orb, Diadra Empty: To Wish for Dreaming Tomorrow is a “high field shooting game.”

Diadra Empty is characterized by its unique game system where players run freely around a vast field made up of a number of screens up, down, left, and right to fight against approaching enemies. There are also battles against boss characters far bigger than the player character, as well as strategic elements such as choosing from several types of equipment and spending coins to purchase upgrades.

With the PlayStation 4 port, the game will have wide screen resolution support, improved controls, game balance adjustments, and new armaments.

Gundemoniums (PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, 2017) – Official Website

Gundemoniums

Gundemoniums is the latest title from Platine Dispositif, the studio behind Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils on Steam.

The horizontal scroll shooting game adds new characters, new systems, and of course, wide screen support to Gundemonium Recollection, which was released by an overseas publisher for PC and PlayStation 3, for its PlayStation 4 and PS Vita debut.

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