Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle for Nintendo Switch
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Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle

Oct 9, 2017
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About this game

Developer: CUBETYPE
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle is a bullet-hell battle game that takes place in the Touhou universe. Take control of your favorite Touhou characters and join the fray! Featuring ear-tingling beats for each character, you might just find yourself dancing while you play!

Gamer Reviews

42 Reviews
6.74

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Critic Reviews

6 Reviews
4.90
Jaime CarrilloNov 02, 2017
Bullet-hell is a niche genre with seriously hardcore fans, but Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle may frighten off even magical girl die-hards. From redundant attacks to floaty mechanics and uninspired visuals it’s incredibly difficult to recommend this eShop title.
Ryan CraddockOct 12, 2017
Fans of the Touhou Project might get some enjoyment purely from seeing their favourite characters on the big (or little) screen once more, but this isn’t a quality fighting spin-off. The game’s slow pace, disinteresting plot, and lack of any serious fighting credentials leave an awful lot to be desired. If the game was considerably cheaper you could potentially justify a purchase for having quick, easy-to-set-up fighting rounds; as it stands, though, this may well be best left alone.
Alex SeedhouseNov 27, 2017
Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle is one to give a miss, then. That’s something that I take no joy in saying, either, as I had looked forward to checking it out when NIS America had announced that it was on the way to Nintendo Switch. There are certainly flickers of magic to be found, but this is a game that feels a generation or two behind where it needs to be. Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle is one to give a miss, then. That’s something that I take no joy in saying, either, as I had looked forward to checking it out when NIS America had announced that it was on the way to Nintendo Switch. There are certainly flickers of magic to be found, but this is a game that feels a generation or two behind where it needs to be.