Earlier today, video game publisher NIS America revealed that two of its upcoming releases, Touhou Genso Wanderer and Touhou Double Focus, would be getting a slight delay in their release, slipping to March 2017.
Touhou Genso Wanderer is a roguelike RPG, where players take on the role of Reimu, the Hakurei Shrine Maiden, as she investigates the latest incident in the world of Gensokyo. Players will have to return Gensokyo back to its former glory, after a mysterious gold sphere unleashes a beam of light, and a giant tower now stands where the shop, Kourindo, used to, while Gensokyo’s population is replaced by clones that attack people on sight. To learn more about the RPG, you can visit the official site.
Touhou Double Focus is a 2D platformer, that sees Aya and Momiji getting sucked into a magical book. To find their way home, they must explore every inch of the Book World, encountering other residents of Gensokyo, some who ask the pair for help, while others blame Aya for causing the incident. Visit the game’s official site to learn more.
Both titles will be released on the PlayStation 4 as well as the PlayStation Vita, and the release shifts from February. They are now expected to be available in North America on Mar. 21, 2017, while the European release will follow on Mar. 24, 2017.