Unknown X announced enhanced rhythm game Touhou Danmaku Kagura: Phantasia Lost is coming to Nintendo Switch alongside the Steam version in 2023.
The official Campfire campaign was successfully funded past 80 million yen, surpassing the Nintendo Switch stretch goal for Touhou Danmaku Kagura: Phantasia Lost. Moreover, the game receives additional language support and a new theme song by Kishida Kyoudan & THE Akeboshi Rockets x Kayoko Kusano. Fans may also look forward to the new Mitama Card Index and Music Cover Art Index within the game.
Touhou Danmaku Kagura: Phantasia Lost’s Campfire campaign continues until January 9, 2023. Additionally, users may fund brand-new stretch goals. The new stretch goals include a new rhythm-action game mode and a possible physical release for Nintendo Switch.
“We’re honored by the fan support to continue Danmaku Kagura in this new form on Steam and Nintendo Switch,” said JYUNYA, founder, Unknown X. “We haven’t just seen support from console and PC rhythm and Touhou fans, but also from players of the mobile version that told us this was the first time they ever paid for a game that wasn’t free-to-play!”
Here’s an overview of the upcoming rhythm game via Unknown X:
A rhythm game in which players can play popular arrangements of Touhou Project songs. A rebuild of “Touhou Danmaku Kagura” as a stand-alone version with a completely new storyline.
Wide Variety of Music
In addition to popular arranged songs from Touhou Project can also be played. The controls are optimized for keyboard and gamepad, pursuing a play feel as a stand-alone version.
In this mode, players travel to collect lost memories (called “Mitama Cards”) in order to restore the damaged Gensoukyou. By playing the “Danmaku Kagura (rhythm game),” which is the key to recovery, players will obtain the “Mitama Cards” and uncover the hidden truth one by one.
This mode allows you to freely play the songs unlocked in Story Mode. Songs will be added through updates and additional DLC.
- Rebuild of Touhou Project’s first officially approved smartphone rhythm game “Touhou Danmaku Kagura” as a standalone version.
- Optimized for gamepad and controller operation
- A new story mode by Hitoshi Fujisawa (storynote), in which players aim to restore a damaged Gensoukyou (fantasy land).
- All of the beautiful cards are available (some cards will be added through updates and DLC).
- Free Mode allows you to play the rhythm game to your heart’s content.
Lastly, check out the latest teaser trailer below: