Koumajou Remilia II: Stranger's Requiem
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Nintendo Switch, Steam「Koumajou Remilia Ⅱ: Stranger's Requiem」Official Launch Trailer
Nintendo Switch, Steam 「Koumajou Remilia Ⅱ: Stranger's Requiem」 Official Teaser
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Critic Reviews for Koumajou Remilia II: Stranger's Requiem
I had a solid time with Koumajou Remilia II: Stranger's Requiem and it is a step-up from the first game but it doesn't really go above and beyond what you'd expect from 2D action games. It's certainly worth at least a playthrough, though, especially if you're a Touhou fan.
For those who are fervorous fans of Touhou, Koumajou Remilia II: Stranger’s Requiem is yet another quality spin-off with a darker approach to the seventh game of the franchise, Perfect Cherry Blossom. However, due to the persisting issues in its punitive gameplay and the extremely linear stages, it's hard to recommend this Touhouvania to people who only love metroidvanias — for those, Touhou Luna Nights ends up as a better example of its genre.
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Koumajou Remilia II: Stranger's Requiem offers a challenging yet rewarding experience for fans of bullet-hell action platformers. This remastered title on modern hardware maintains its tough gameplay, which may not appeal to everyone but certainly satisfies those looking for a demanding test of skill. The game's intricate stage design, coupled with the need for strategic combat and mastery of Sakuya's diverse abilities, including flying, provides a deep and engaging playthrough. Despite some frustration with enemy designs and a control scheme that takes time to get accustomed to, the game's quick checkpoint resets keep the action fast-paced and addictive. The pixel art and character illustrations add charm to the gothic setting, complemented by an immersive soundtrack. While the translation shows improvement, there's still room for refinement.