Touhou Project strategy RPG Gensou Shoujo Wars coming to console

It's like Super Robot Wars, but Touhou Project.

Phoenixx will publish Sanbondo-developed Touhou Project strategy RPG Gensou Shoujo Wars for console as part of the “Play, Doujin!” project, the company announced. Platforms and release window were not announced.

Gensou Shoujo Wars

The Super Robot Wars-inspired Touhou Project crossover consists of four parts. Gensou Shoujo Wars Kou first launched for PC in August 2010; You in May 2012; Ei in August 2014; and Yume in May 2017. A Complete Box followed in August 2019.

Gensou Shoujo Wars

A fusion of bullet hell and strategy RPG, Gensou Shoujo Wars features over 70 playable ally characters, an abundance of training elements, and intense battle animations, pre-battle conversations events in response to the fan’s expectations, cut-ins for every character, character-specific theme songs, a number of songs to match the flow of the story, and more. It is described as a Gensokyo epic that depicts the bonds between characters, and their backgrounds and original stories thoroughly on an overwhelming scale.

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