Touhou Hyouibana: Antinomy of Common Flowers for PS4, Switch launches this spring in Japan

Touhou Project fighting game currently available on PC.

Touhou Hyouibana: Antinomy of Common Flowers

The PlayStation 4 and Switch versions of official Touhou Project two-versus-two tag fighting game Touhou Hyouibana: Antinomy Of Common Flowers will launch digitally this spring in Japan for 4,180 yen, publisher Phoenixx and developers Twilight Frontier and Team Shanghai Alice announced.

Touhou Hyouibana: Antinomy of Common Flowers is the 15.5th official installment in the Touhou Project series. It first launched for PC at Comiket 93 in December 2017, followed by Steam in January 2018.

The story of Touhou Hyouibana: Antinomy of Common Flowers is set after the events of previous Touhou Project fighting game Touhou Shinporoku: Urban Legend in Limbo, and tells the tale of one of the strange phenomenon that is the core of the Urban Legend Incidents. Outside of Story Mode, which can be enjoyed as official Touhou Project reading material, the game also has local and online versus modes, practice and replay modes, and a music gallery.

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