PS4 and PS Vita Touhou Project lineup confirmed

Pretty up your Vita with custom themes while waiting for the actual games.

Touhou Project

Mediascape, the Japanese company behind efforts to bring Touhou Project fan games to Sony platforms, has confirmed the platforms for the initial set of games it announced in September, with developer Cubetype’s Genso Rondo newly joining the lineup.

Here’s the list with all of the known details as of yet.

Touhou Project

Available now, however, are two Touhou Project themes for purchase from the Japanese PlayStation Store for 432 yen each. The first, pictured above, is the start of a future series of seasonal themes set in the world of Gensokyo, the setting of the Touhou Project series. This initial set is the winter batch, with other seasons arriving throughout the coming year. Featuring eight background images, it also includes custom icons and background music. The list of background image artists for this winter set is as follows:

  • Ichiyou Moka
  • Kibi Satou
  • Kyou Satomura
  • Shinno Takana
  • Hitoshi Mizuki

Icons, meanwhile, are by Akaneya and the music is by Rin.

Touhou Project

The second theme is based on Genso Rondo. It has 11 background images, as well as custom icons and music, too.

Release dates for the four games remain forthcoming.

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