[PS4/SWI/XBO] Sisters Royale

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    • Sisters Royale - Europa Start bestätigt

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      Chorus Worldwide and Alfa System are pleased to announce the release of Sisters Royale, a vertical scrolling shoot ‘em up rooted in the style of classic title, ‘Castle of Shikigami’. Originally released in Japan on Nintendo Switch last year, Sisters Royale arrives globally on January 30, 2020 with pre-orders starting on December 19th on Nintendo eShop and December 30th on PlayStation Store.



      Sisters Royale is inspired by the anime aesthetic of 2001’s ‘Castle of Shikigami’. Five sisters with unique magical powers race to capture the heart of an angel, Yashin. As with ‘Castle of Shikigami’, Sisters Royale deploys power boost mechanics that allow players to gain scores by taking high risks. Now with global online leader board support, the game will appeal to shoot ‘em up novices through to high scoring champions with varying levels of difficulties and obstructions in between.

      “We’re super excited to be working with Alfa System to bring Sisters Royale to a global audience” said Shintaro Kanaoya, Founder of Chorus Worldwide. “The original Castle of Shikigami series is a beloved classic of the genre and having Alfa System come back to make a modern spiritual successor is thrilling. With its tongue-in-cheek storyline, gameplay and production values from a team at the height of their 30 years in the industry, we think Sisters Royale will appeal to shmup fans of all levels, as well manga and anime lovers around the world.”

      “After receiving many calls for a sequel, we are happy to introduce a brand new game that retains some key elements from Castle of Shikigami series”, Naoki Suda, Producer of Alfa System, “in Sisters Royale the players will find the same ‘high risk, high return’ game mechanics that they enjoyed in the series, with additional obstacles that redefine the game, including ‘slippery ice floors’ and ‘wind blowing windmill’.”

      Sisters Royale is set to arrive on other platforms with further details to be announced next year.


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    • Sisters Royale Exploses ab sofort auch auf Xbox One

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      Nach der Punktlandung auf PlayStation 4 und Nintendo Switch legen die fünf Schwestern von Sisters Royal nun auch auf der Xbox One los!

      Chorus Worldwide and Alfa System are pleased to announce that Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire, the Japanese shmup from veteran Japanese developers Alfa System, arrives this week on Xbox One on July 10th, 2020 for $13.99 / €13.99 / £11.74. After successfully bursting onto PS4 and Switch in January, Xbox One gamers will finally be able to experience the cheeky, frenetic, bullet-hell joy of this spiritual successor to the classic ‘Castle of Shikigami’. The game is available to pre-order now.

      Sisters Royale is inspired by the anime aesthetic of 2001’s ‘Castle of Shikigami’. Five sisters with unique magical powers race to capture the heart of an angel, Yashin. As with ‘Castle of Shikigami’, Sisters Royale deploys power boost mechanics that allow players to gain scores by taking high risks for high rewards. Now with global online leaderboard support, the game will appeal to everyone, from shoot ‘em up virgins to deft-fingered experts, and every level of experience in between.

      “We’re super excited to be working with Alfa System to bring Sisters Royale to a global audience” said Shintaro Kanaoya, Founder of Chorus Worldwide. “The original Castle of Shikigami series is a beloved classic of the genre and having Alfa System come back to make a modern spiritual successor is thrilling. With its tongue-in-cheek storyline, gameplay and production values from a team at the height of their 30 years in the industry, we think Sisters Royale will appeal to shmup fans of all levels, as well manga and anime lovers around the world.”

      “After receiving many calls for a sequel, we are happy to introduce a brand new game that retains some key elements from Castle of Shikigami series”, Naoki Suda, Producer of Alfa System, “in Sisters Royale the players will find the same ‘high risk, high return’ game mechanics that they enjoyed in the series, with additional obstacles that redefine the game, including ‘slippery ice floors’ and ‘wind blowing windmill’.”


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    • Ich hab lange überlegt, ob ich noch weiter drauf rumreiten soll. Aber ich muß es einfach tun.

      Hiermit erkläre ich: (quasi ein Protestproklamation) Handygifs sind nichtmal ansatzweise "State of the Art" !!!ganz viele Ausrufezeichen!!!

      So jetzt könnt Ihr mich steinigen :rocketlauncher: . Aber das war mir sowas von nem inneren Bedürfnis, das auszusprechen. Ich mein, alle reden von abgespeckter Grafik (auch bei der Switch). Ihr könnt gern nen neuen Begriff erfinden, der "mit dieser Technik gehts nicht besser mit nem gutem PC aber schon" ausdrückt. Aber "State of the Art" ist der Inbegriff für etwas das nicht besser zu machen geht, auch nicht mit einem anderem bereits erhältlichen Gerät.
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