Sparks flare around the man all five sisters wish to claim. Introducing the new vertical scrolling shooter game!
The first new game in 12 years from Alfa System, the team that brought you.the Shoot 'Em Up "Castle of Shikigami III" in the "Castle of Shikigami" series.
Five uniquely talented sisters are squabbling over which of them will marry the angel Yashin. Enjoy the heroic(?) strategies of all five!
The Tension Bonus System (TBS) means your score and number of coins multiplies based on your distance from enemies and their attacks, and the Powershot System changes normal attacks into strong attacks, further ramping up the tension!
Plus, once the TBS has multiplied by two within a certain time, Secret Fairies will be hidden somewhere in stages for you to find.
Master these systems and set new high scores!
Online ranking system (Please ensure you're connected to the internet).
- Nintendo Switch
- Release Date
- Jan 30, 2020
- No. of Players
- 1 player
- File Size
- 332 MB
- Action, Arcade
- Chorus Worldwide Games
- Supported Play Modes:
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Systers Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire ©Developed by AlfaSystem Co.,Ltd. Published by Chorus Worldwide Games, all rights reserved.
Additional player character "Ode"
Released Jan 30, 2020DLC details
The mysterious witch "Ode" can use magic and soar across the skies. Does she too have her sights set on marrying the angel Yashin?
Having come to duel with the sisters, she hides her face behind a mask...
Armed with immensely mighty magic attacks, she hurtles into the sisters' conflict!
- "Ode" added as a new player character.
- Stories for ""Ode "" also added.
- Further high score rankings also added.
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