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Colin Burns
Touhou Genso Wanderer Gets February Release Dates and Limited Edition
February is getting pretty crowded.
10.18.16 - 8:17 PM

Publisher NIS America announced that the rogue-like/dungeon RPG Touhou Genso Wanderer will release in North America on February 7th and Europe on February 10th. The game is only available digitally on PS Vita but if you still love a good ole' fashioned boxed copy, the PlayStation 4 version will see a physical release. All physical PlayStation 4 copies of the game will include the action platforming title Touhou Double Focus as an added bonus.

North American buyers also have the option of purchasing a PS4 limited edition directly from NISA's Online Store. This version includes:

  • Collector's Box

  • Touhou Genso Wanderer (Physical Disc)

  • Touhou Double Focus (Physical Disc)

  • 90-track, 4-disc Touhou Genso Wanderer OST

  • 26-track, 2-disc Touhou Double Focus OST

  • Full-color, 68-page Hardcover Touhou Genso Wanderer Artbook

  • Full-color, 16-page Softcover Touhou Double Focus Artbook

  • Acrylic Standee (6.5" x 3" x 2")

  • Reversible Cover

Touhou Genso Wanderer Limited Edition

NIS America seems to be taking this game very seriously and during my preview of Wanderer, they mentioned to me how excited the small Japanese development studio behind the game was to have it being released not only in America but on a home console as well. Check out a trailer below:




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