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Psonic X Touhou
Psonic x touhou logo

Genre

Fighting

Developers

Psonic
ZUN
Eighting
Epic Games
Elecbyte

Publishers

Psonic (Asia/SA)
NIS America (NA/EU)
Taito Corporation (Japan)

Rating

T for Teen

Engine

Unreal Engine 4

Platform(s)

Arcade
PC
PS Vita
Xbox One
PlayStation 4
Nintendo 3DS
Android
iOS
Windows Phone
Nintendo Switch
Steam Machine
SMACH Z

Psonic X Touhou is a future competitive arcade-style crossover action fighting game with role-playing game elements and 2.5 graphics, which will be developed by Psonic, with a collaboration of Eighting, ZUN, Elecbyte and Epic Games. It is also about the rivalry between indie games. Soon it will be based on crowdfunding site, Kickstarter. However, in opinion, the project manager believed that this game is actually a spiritual successor to Touhou vs. Capcom.

NOTE: Only Space Monsters is released, but other future games are under renovation for coming release dates. More characters and stages for this are coming soon.

StorylineEdit

Since the peaceful outside world of the 21st century has suffered few wars between 2010s and 2020s (like in the events of 20XX series, War on Terror and with the terrorist faction Blackfoot), people were working for the modern times in the presence of one deity and the United Nations, a main world organization. Sometimes, there is something mysterious and dark around the global edges that the whole investigation is not over yet, by the time of an alien expedition, which the extraterrestrial creatures visited from the real world history including the non-myths.

However, in some events of 20XX, it was rumored that the Global Peacekeeping League (a military and police government and subsidiary of the United Nations) has detected a mysterious being from outer space. Before their report, it will begin to rise up the whole re-visitation but taking a slow moment for a long time to come sooner or with something futuristic. Of course, after that, many people are experiencing a serious case somewhere on earth by watching several news reports in other locations, most probably in Tycoon City as the game's primary target with a special military term RECOM (a phenomenon between "Resistance" and "Command" words).

While the case is going on, Engr. Joe Dell of Recom Hero Squad has a plan for the help of other engineers to build a time portal, with a dimension between reality and fantasy. If it was created, there is something strange that the citizens of Tycoon City are living in currently outside world now. Besides, the only targeted fantasy is in Gensokyo, a remote place where been set in incidental times of Gregorian calendar once in a while.

As the future moves on, it finally comes to introduce itself a powerful alien superweapon named Overlimits, derived from its alien homeworld Xenoria. It begins with a disgrace to humanity to take a control of Xenorians and make the outside world dominated for a new extraterrestrial life, most especially other aliens. So people need help and Engineer Joe has another plan to his fellow members of R.H.S that the inspirational military mission has started immediately. Then they summon people from several locations (particularly a destination from Gensokyo to the modern Outside World following the inspiration of Urban Legend in Limbo), give them a special chance and prepare a surrounded fighting tournament with a lot of battles in order to be prepared stronger before the forceful resistance against Overlimits, also those who came from both the future and the past.

CharactersEdit

Playable charactersEdit

Psonic sideEdit

Touhou sideEdit

Secret charactersEdit

  • Stryker Hawk (from Futuristic Heroes) (hidden in arcade version, but can be revealed via Magic Code or default in home version)
  • Hina Kagiyama (hidden in arcade version, but can be revealed via Magic Code or default in home version)
  • Shoe (from Zoarg) (hidden in arcade version, but can be revealed via Magic Code or default in home version)
  • Wriggle Nightbug (hidden in arcade version, but can be revealed via Magic Code or default in home version)

DLC charactersEdit

Guest charactersEdit

  • Sonic Blast Man - for both arcade and home versions
  • Beck (a.k.a. Mighty No. 9) - for home versions
  • Quote (from Cave Story) - for home versions
  • Curly Brace (from Cave Story) - for home versions
  • Duke Nukem - for home versions
  • Pikapy (Humanoid Pikachu) - for Wii U and 3DS
  • Miclus (from Raiden series) - for both arcade and home versions
  • Jim Raynor (from StarCraft series) - for PC
  • Serious Sam - for PC, PS3, PS4, XB360 and Xbox One
  • Solid Snake (from Metal Gear series) - for PC, PS3, PS4, XB360 and Xbox One
  • Gordon Freeman (from Half-Life series) - for Steam, PS3, PS4, XB360 and Xbox One
  • Doomguy (from Doom series) - for PC, PS3, PS4, XB360 and Xbox One
  • Commander Video (from Bit. Trip series) - for home versions
  • Transformable Raiden MK-II - for both arcade and home versions
  • Deadpool (from Marvel universe) - for home versions
  • Phineas Flynn (from Phineas & Ferb) - for PC, Steam, Wii U and 3DS
  • Ferb Fletcher (from Phineas & Ferb) - for PC, Steam, Wii U and 3DS
  • Isabella Garcia-Shapiro (in Fireside Girls attire) (from Phineas & Ferb) - for PC, Steam, Wii U and 3DS
  • Jake (from Jake and the Never Land Pirates) - for PC, Steam, Wii U and 3DS
  • Izzy (from Jake and the Never Land Pirates) - for PC, Steam, Wii U and 3DS
  • Plus - for Wii U and 3DS
  • Minus - for Wii U and 3DS
  • Claptrap the Fragtrap (from Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel) - for Steam, PS3, PS4, XB360 and Xbox One
  • Gunvolt (from Azure Striker Gunvolt) - for PC and 3DS
  • Ryu (from Street Fighter) - For all systems including arcade
  • Son Goku (from Dragon Ball series) - for both arcade and home versions
  • Vegeta (from Dragon Ball series) - for both arcade and home versions
  • Asagi (from Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories) - for both PS4 and Vita
  • Frisk (from Undertale) - for both PC and Steam versions
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (from Post-Super Genesis Wave timeline of Sonic the Hedgehog series) - For all systems including arcade
  • Sally Acorn (from Post-Super Genesis Wave timeline of Sonic the Hedgehog series) - For all systems including arcade
  • Rainbow Dash (from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic) - For all systems including arcade
  • Shadow the Hedgehog (from Sonic series) - For all systems including arcade
  • Rouge the Bat (from Sonic series) - For all systems including arcade
  • Jin Kazama (from Tekken series) - For all systems including arcade
  • Kazuya Mishima (from Tekken series) - For all systems including arcade
  • Sash Lilac (from Freedom Planet) - For PC, Steam, 3DS and Wii U
  • Heavy (from Team Fortress 2) - For Steam, PS3, PS4, XB360 and Xbox One
  • Scout (from Team Fortress 2) - For Steam, PS3, PS4, XB360 and Xbox One
  • Tracer (from Overwatch) - For PC, PS4 and Xbox One
  • Ruby Rose (from RWBY)
  • Shovel Knight (from Shovel Knight)
  • Dragon Man (Exclusively for home versions during Chinese New Year event)
  • Miss Valentine (Exclusively for home versions during Valentine event)
  • Eastern Bunny (Exclusively for home versions during Easter event)
  • Hasel Surfer (Exclusively for home versions during Summer event)
  • Miyaki Ichimura (Exclusively for home versions during the first day of school event)
  • Jack O' Hammer (Exclusively for home versions during Halloween event)
  • Count Alucard (Exclusively for home versions during Halloween event)
  • Santa Clause (with Holiday boxing gloves and incredible strength) (Exclusively for home versions during Christmas Holiday event)
  • Doremi Harukaze (from Ojamajo DoReMi) - For TBA

Non-playable charactersEdit

Psonic sideEdit

  • Deck Homwell (from Space Monsters)
  • Brake Andrens (from Space Monsters)
  • General Baxter (from Space Monsters)
  • Dr. Gorisly (from Stander Park)
  • Captain Pilot (from Aegius)
  • Willard Cang (from Metal Wings)
  • Thrusty Cang (from Metal Wings)
  • The Determinator (from Denizone)
  • General Morcan Mysterion
  • Colonel Bludips
  • Kona
  • James Rogan
  • Overlimits (final boss)
  • Engr. Joe Dell
  • Satomo Sotomiru (from Extraterrace)
  • Ellis Nipper (from Extraterrace)
  • Orville Propellers (from Gyro Fighters)
  • Fokker Volkswaffe (from Gyro Fighter)
  • Arnold Montgomery (from Gyro Fighters)
  • Willson Mustang (from Gyro Fighters)
  • Martin Lightning (from Gyro Fighters)
  • Erik Yakolai (from Gyro Fighters)
  • Tank busters
  • RAS pilots
  • RRA members
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • SES members
  • General Ross Nickson
  • Gunner Brothers Keith & Louis (from Home-World Infestation as seen the screen of an airship)
  • Kan (from Zoarg)
  • Edward (from Zoarg)
  • Merry (from Zoarg)
  • Zombie Adolf Hitler (from Axis of Evil)
  • Zombie Hirohito (from Axis of Evil)
  • Takeshi Homura (from Axis of Evil)
  • Josefina Pierre (from Axis of Evil)
  • Rommel Kriegstein (from Axis of Evil)
  • Volk Bolshoi (from Axis of Evil)
  • Keaton Reginald (from Axis of Evil)
  • Alvin Arlington (from Axis of Evil)
  • Chill Rublin (from Axis of Evil)
  • Peter Surrey (from Axis of Evil)
  • Giorgione Bellini (from Axis of Evil)
  • Kumori Masashino (from Axis of Evil)
  • Franciszek Ziemowit (from Axis of Evil)
  • I.F grunts (from Space Monsters)
  • Demon Tojo Hideki (from Axis of Evil)
  • Bryan Ryder (from Robotrode)
  • Herman Rayner (from Robotrode)

Touhou sideEdit

  • Eirin Yagokoro
  • Nazrin
  • Yoshika Miyako
  • Three Mishievous Fairies
  • Prismriver Sisters
  • Letty Whiterock
  • Chen
  • Ran Yakumo
  • Wakasagihime
  • Sekibanki
  • Shou Toramaru
  • Rinnosuke Morichika
  • Giant Catfish
  • Taisui Xingjun
  • Seiran
  • Ringo
  • Doremy Sweet
  • Sagume Kishin
  • Reisen II
  • Watatsuki no Yorihime
  • Watatsuki no Toyohime
  • Kosuzu Motoori
  • Rin Kaenbyou
  • Aki Sisters
  • Ryuukoto
  • Maribel Hearn
  • Renko Usami
  • Kumori Kakkazan
  • Unzan
  • Myouren Hijiri

StagesEdit

Psonic sideEdit

Touhou sideEdit

DLC stagesEdit

Guest stagesEdit

  • Floating Island (Cave Story)
  • Danville Arena (Phineas and Ferb) (Secret stage)
  • Suzaku Castle (Street Fighter) (excluding the arcade version)
  • Castle Acorn
  • Rainbow Dash's House
  • Battle Colosseum
  • Dragon Temple (Exclusively for home versions during Chinese New Year event)
  • Hall of Love (Exclusively for home versions during Valentine event)
  • Easter Island (Exclusively for home versions during Easter event)
  • Sunny Beach (Exclusively for home versions during Summer event)
  • Hanami Academy (Exclusively for home versions during first day of school event)
  • Haunted Manor (Exclusively for home versions during Halloween event)
  • North Pole (Exclusively for home versions during Christmas Holiday event)

Copyright noticesEdit

Arcade versionsEdit

Copyright (C) TBA PSONIC Inc. All rights reserved. Touhou: Copyright (C) TBA Team Shanghai Alice. All rights reserved. Sonic Blast Man: Copyright (C) TBA Taito Corp. All rights reserved. Ryu: Copyright (C) TBA Capcom Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. Dragon Ball series: Copyright (C) TBA Akira Toriyama. All rights reserved. This video game has been produced under the licenses from respective owners.

Home versionsEdit

Copyright (C) TBA PSONIC Inc. All rights reserved. Touhou: Copyright (C) TBA Team Shanghai Alice. All rights reserved. Sonic Blast Man: Copyright (C) TBA Taito Corp. All rights reserved. Ryu: Copyright (C) TBA Capcom Co. Ltd. All rights reserved. Dragon Ball series: Copyright (C) TBA Akira Toriyama. Mighty No. 9: Copyright (C) TBA Comcept and Inti Creates. All rights reserved. Half-life and Team Fortress 2: Copyright (C) TBA Valve Corp. All rights reserved. Claptrap: Copyright (C) TBA Gearbox Software. All rights reserved. Duke Nukem: Copyright (C) TBA 3-D Realms. All rights reserved. Serious Sam: Copyright (C) TBA Croteam. All rights reserved. Shovel Knight: Copyright (C) TBA Yacht Club Games. All rights reserved. Undertale: Copyright (C) TBA Toby Fox. All rights reserved. Freedom Planet: Copyright (C) TBA GalaxyTrail. All rights reserved. RWBY: Copyright (C) TBA Rooster Teeth. All rights reserved. Sonic the Hedgehog: Copyright (C) TBA Sega Games Co. Ltd. Copyright (C) TBA Archie Comics. All rights reserved. Tekken: Copyright (C) TBA Bandai Namco Entertainment. All rights reserved. Deadpool: Copyright (C) TBA Marvel Entertainment. All rights reserved. Gunvolt: Copyright (C) TBA Inti Creates. All rights reserved. Cave Story: Copyright (C) TBA Studio Pixel. All rights reserved. Metal Gear Solid: Copyright (C) TBA Konami Computer Entertainment Ltd. All rights reserved. StarCraft and Overwatch: Copyright (C) TBA Blizzard Entertainment. All rights reserved. Doomguy: Copyright (C) TBA id Software. Bit.Trip: Copyright (C) TBA Choice Provisions Inc. All rights reserved. MLP: FiS: Copyright (C) TBA Hasbro Inc. All rights reserved. Published by NIS America. (for North American and European versions only) This video game has been produced under the licenses from respective owners.

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

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