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Watch the Debut Trailer for Mystery Gensokyo
Its 8 minutes of Touhou Project cuteness.
05.03.15 - 7:49 PM

The first trailer for Mystery Gensokyo: The Tower of Desire has been released thanks to developer Aqua Style. The PlayStation Vita rougelike will be the first entry in Touhou Project's Mystery Gensokyo series to debut on a handheld. The game will feature fully voiced 3D cutscenes, a large number of dungeons, and some enjoyable side-quests and stories. When released, the game will cost 4000 yen (approximately $33 dollars) on the PlayStation Network, or you can get a limited edition physical copy for 8000 yen (approximately $66 dollars). The limited edition copy includes a product code to download the game, an art book, a Mystery Gensokyo Vita theme, a smartphone stand, and a 60 track music and voice drama CD. You can check out the trailer below.

Mystery Gensokyo: The Tower of Desire is coming to the PlayStation Vita in Japan on June 25th.


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