Alfa System shoot ’em up Sisters Royale for Switch now available in Japan

Five sisters compete for one man.

Sisters Royale: I’m Being Harassed by 5 Sisters and It's A Troublesome

Castle of Shikigami developer Alfa System has released a new vertical scroll shoot ’em up called Sisters Royale: I’m Being Harassed by 5 Sisters and It Sucks for Switch via the Nintendo eShop in Japan today. It costs 1,500 yen.

Here is an overview of the game, via the Nintendo eShop:

A new vertical scroll shooting game makes its debut in a battle royale where five sisters compete for one man!

Choose from one of five individual sisters and use standard attacks, spirit summons, and bombs to defeat enemies.

Play with exciting systems such as the “Tension Bonus System”—which increases the amount of points acquired and coins dropped depending on the distance between the player, enemies, and enemy bullets—and “Power Shots,” which turns the standard attack into a powerful strike!

Additionally, “Secret Fairies” that doubles the increase rate of the Tension Bonus System for a limited amount of time are hidden throughout each stage.

Use these systems to clear each stage with a high score!

Use the coupon code "GEMATSU" for 5% off.

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