Never far when it was a question of convening the spirit of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Pipomantis was still there last June to announce the exit of Koumajou Remilia: Scarlet Symphony on Switch and Steam. Originally released in 2009 in a certain confidentiality, this tribute to the Konami game will benefit from a new exhibition through the CFK publisher who will release the Frontier game Aja on July 28.
Located in English, French, Korean, Japanese, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese, Koumajou Remilia: Scarlet Symphony will even have the honors of a box output on Switch, announced for the moment in Japan only, with a standard edition at 4000 yen (30 euros) and a limited edition to 7,000 yen (50 euros). The second named is presented in a box specially illustrated by banpai Akira, a regular circle Touhou Project whose game is part of, an acrylic plate of the same illustrator, 34 pages of illustrations and a bo of 27 tracks on 2 cd.
Compared to the 2009 game, this new edition includes smoothed HD graphics, additional dialogs and full japanese dubbing to camp a dozen characters, starting with the protagonist Reimu Hakure, superbly revisited here in Gothic fashion. On the way to the Manor Scarlet Devil in order to find the cause of the “scarlet mist”, the protagonist will cross the road from other characters and sometimes will fight them in battles that will respect the tradition bullet hell. In exchange for some souls, Reimu may even appeal to Marisa and CIRNO, two support characters.