Hototogisu Tairan 1553: Ryuuko Aiutsu launches April 26 in Japan

Granzella-made trading card / simulation game dated.

Hototogisu Tairan 1553: Ryuuko Aiutsu

Hototogisu Tairan 1553: Ryuuko Aiutsu will launch for Switch via the Nintendo eShop on April 26 in Japan for 1,000 yen, Granzella announced. It will also have in-game micro-transactions.

Here is a brief overview of the game, via our previous coverage:

Hototogisu Tairan 1553: Ryuuko Aiutsu is a high-freedom trading card game that incorporates the strategic nature of a simulation game. Players will collect cards that have various effects and enjoy deep strategy through player tactics, deck construction, and combination of units. Online battles support up to two players.

The cards themselves will be drawn by more than 70 popular illustrators, including: Cuboon, Kaya8, KEI, Tomoyo Asatani, Juu Ayakura, Ittoku, Satoshi Ito, Kouji Ogata, Raita Kazama, Senri Kita, Akihiro Kimura, Keiji Gotoh, Eeji Komatsu, Jiji, Jun Suemi, Ken Sugawara, Takahiro Seguchi, Senno Aki, Soeda Ippei, Akemi Takada, Jun Tsukasa, Katsuya Terada, Sunaho Tobe, Chisato Naruse, Takehito Harada, Tomokazu Hara, Itaru Hinoue, Takuya Fujima, Kimiya Masago, Johji Manabe, Sakura Miwabe, and many more.

View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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