PLAYISM and developer hinyari9 announced high-tempo shooting game Marfusha launches April 6 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. The upcoming console versions will feature a brand-new animated opening and theme song.
Marfusha for consoles includes a new opening featuring the theme song “I’ll be there” by singer-songwriter KOKIA. KOKIA’s prior works include music for Ar Tonelico Qoga: Knell of Ar Ciel, Final Fantasy XIII-2, and Tales of Innocence. Animation for the opening was produced by hinyari9, MAEDA Chisei (KonoSuba: God’s Blessing on This Wonderful World!), and TOHRU MiTSUHASHi, who worked on the viral music videos for the game Needy Streamer Overload.
Here’s an overview of Marfusha, courtesy of PLAYISM:
Defense, destruction, and taxes… These are the duties of a proper citizen.
Play as Marfusha, a young girl who guards a border gate and defends it at any cost against relentless oncoming enemies. Experience the harsh pixelated dystopian world in this high-tempo shooting game with simple controls!
Scrounge up as much cash as you can from your heavily-taxed salary to purchase as many cards as you can in order to face increasingly powerful enemies!
Experience multiple endings by recruiting different allies who help you turn the tide. Replay the game over and over to fully reveal the story behind this cruel world.
- All kinds of cards, including weapons, characters, power-ups, chance events, and more
- 8 unique characters to fight by your side
- Score ranking in Challenge Mode to compete with players around the world
Release Date Announcement Trailer
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