The oriental 3D platformer Tasomachi will also be available for consoles in April

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caused a stir tasomachi until its release for PC-Steam, especially with its oriental setting. In Japan, people were also excited about the game’s soundtrack, which was created by Ujico. You don’t know much in this country, but in Japan Ujico has over a million subscribers on YouTube.

These are also the two things that often came up positively in the reviews of the 3D platformer: setting and music. In addition, Tasomachi has some teething problems that ultimately led to only average ratings.

Tasomachi: Behind the Twilight was also announced in Summer 2021 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The release for consoles should actually take place in 2021. As is known, nothing came of it.

Now, however, publisher Playism and developer Orbital Express have announced the release for PS4 and Switch on April 28, 2022. There is a physical edition in Japan. However, the Xbox version has been canceled. Watch a new trailer below, which also introduces you to the Japanese retail version.

Ujico is not the only prominent name in the project, by the way. Artist and developer nocras has been involved in the 3D design of numerous AAA games, including Final Fantasy XIII-2, Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

Stranded with your airship

In Tasomachi you take on the role of a girl named Yukumo. She travels in her airship and lands in an eastern city to refuel. But there is something strange: it is very quiet. It’s like the city is sleeping. Yukumo is nowhere to be seen. Only the cat people known as Nezuneki seem to exist here.

You can freely explore the world of Tasomachi to achieve your game goal which is to restore the power supply of your airship. Of course, there are also dungeons to master.

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through gematsu, Images: Tasomachi, Playism, Orbital Express

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