Super Zangyura launches for PS4, Switch, and PS Vita in 2020 in Japan

"Deathmatic action" game gets platforms and a release window.

“Deathmatic action” game Super Zangyura, known as Maid-san wo Migi ni: Shooting Star in Japan, will launch for PlayStation 4, Switch, and PS Vita in 2020 in Japan, developer Platine Dispositif announced.

Super Zangyura

Super Zangyura

The side-scrolling action game puts players in control of a maid who will die again and again as she makes her way through an abandoned castle full of outrageous traps using an iron ball as her weapon. While originally planned to be a remake of the 2004-released PC title Zangyura, it ended up becoming its own game entirely.

If you missed our previous coverage of the game, read more here.

Visit the official website here.

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