UnknownX announced Touhou Danmaku Kagura: Phantasia Losta rebuilt version of the mobile title Touhou Danmaku Kagura for PC (Steam). It will launch in 2023 worldwide.
Service for Touhou Danmaku Kagura ended today, but Touhou Danmaku Kagura: Phantasia Lost will bring the rhythm game to PC with a new control scheme designed for controllers or keyboard and mouse, many returning songs and Mitama Cards, and a new story mode exclusive to the PC version written by Story Note’s Jin Fujisawa and Wakano Takeda.
“Thanks to the support of everyone who played the game and made their voices heard, we were able to make the PC version of Touhou Danmaku Kagura: Phantasia Lost reality,” said Unknown X founder JYUNYA in a press release. “We’ll be bringing as many of the songs and Mitama Cards to the Steam version as possible, along with unreleased and brand new content. Please list the game on Steam, and keep an eye out for more ways you can support the project.”
Here’s an overview of the game, via its Steam page:
A rhythm game in which players can play popular arrangements Project Touhou songs Reconstruction of Touhou Danmaku Kagura as a standalone version with a completely new storyline.
Wide Variety of Music
Besides popular arranged songs of Project Touhou can also be played. The controls are optimized for keyboard and gamepad, looking for a game feel like a standalone version.
In this mode, players travel to collect lost memories (called “Mitama Cards”) to restore the damaged Gensoukyou. By playing the “Danmaku Kagura” (rhythm game), which is the key to recovery, players will acquire the “Mitama Cards” and discover 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 downloadable content.
- Reconstruction of Project Touhouthe first officially licensed smartphone rhythm game Touhou Danmaku Kagura as a standalone version.
- Optimized for gamepad and controller operation.
- A new story mode by Hitoshi Fujisawa (Story Note), in which players aim to restore a damaged Gensoukyou (fantasy land).
- All beautiful cards are available (some cards will be added through updates and downloadable content).
- Free Mode lets you play the rhythm game to your heart’s content.
In Japan, a Campfire campaign to support the project will launch on November 4. If its target goal of 15 million yen (approx. USD $101,600) is exceeded, a Switch version will also be developed.
Watch the trailer below. Check out the first screenshots at the gallery.