Castle of Shikigami is Available Now
It was announced by Degica Games, that Alfa System’s classic, horror-themed shoot-’em-up, Castle of Shikigami, is out now! To celebrate there’s a 17% discount on the game and a further 10% off when you buy with the soundtrack (for one week only).
Check out the official trailer of Castle of Shikigami, featuring some gameplay footage:
“The summer heat is scorching, so come and join the mobile forces of light as they do battle with guns, birds and magic!
- Six playable characters with unique abilities and storylines
- Five multipart stages of nightmarish demons in a ghost-infested modern-day Japan
- Tension Bonus System that rewards risk
- Exploit the time system to boost your score
- Two-player local cooperative play
- Steam Achievements, Leaderboards and Trading Cards
About Alfa System:
Alfa System was established in 1988, making them one of the oldest developers in Japan at 29 years old. They have developed over 100 titles on platforms from the NES to PC and smartphones. Responsible for planning and developing the Castle of Shikigami series, a shooting game with a focus on character and story which caught the attention of a wide range of game fans. Their latest titles are the smartphone games Shinobi Nightmare and Shadow Stone.
About Cosmo Machia:
Cosmo Machia is a Japanese game development company, comprised of experienced engineers specialising in synchronous communications and game designers versed in online game design and live operations. They work on PC and smartphones on both online games and standalone.
Their latest release is Touch the Mappy for smartphones.
About Degica Games:
Degica Games is a Tokyo-based publisher specializing in localizing Japanese games for the global market. We’re best known for the RPG Maker franchise and shooting games such as DoDonPachi Resurrection, DARIUSBURST Chronicle Saviours, Mushihimesama, and Crimzon Clover. We’re even branching out into fighting games with Koihime Enbu and the 2016 hit, OneShot. Our goal is to bring you the best games from Japan and all around the world!”
For more information on Castle of Shikigami, visit its Steam page.