Shmup’s exhilarating duo ‘Bullet Soul’ and ‘Bullet Soul: Infinite Burst’ are coming to Switch this fall

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MAGI. announced that it will bring Tachyon’s shoot ’em up duo Bullet Soul and Bullet Soul: Infinite Burst coming to Switch on September 9 worldwide, while Japan will see the game a few weeks later on September 22.

This flashy shooter rewards you for aggressive play and quick shooting. Featuring music from Romancing SaGa’s Kenji Ito and Ridge Racer’s Kohata Takahashi, over-the-top pyrotechnics and quirky character designs from Monogatari artist Akio Watanabe, you’re in for a hot-blooded shoot later this year.

The games were originally released for Xbox 360 in 2011 and 2014 in Japan respectively, before heading West via Steam in 2017. Both games will retail for $19.99 each and be available on the eShop, while than in Japan, you’ll be able to pick up a physical double pack with both games.

Here’s a summary of what to expect from these new re-releases from the game’s official website:

Both games in the “Bullet Soul” high-octane shootout series are out now for digital download!

Command 4 characters with unique planes and fight an intense battle to preserve the peace of the galaxy.

Both beginners and hardcore gamers will appreciate the well-balanced systems in this game.

Akio Watanabe (representative work: Bakemonogatari, L no Kisetsu, Missing Blue, When They Cry Go) is in charge of character design.

Ito Kenji (representative work: “Romancing Saga” series) is in charge of BGM.

An amazing collection of creators, for example, Kouta Takahashi (representative work: “Ridge Racer” series), will participate.

With brand new music for the Switch! The “Ver 2022 Arrangement” by RESONATOR and Noriyuki Kamikura (representative work: Muramasa-The Demon Blade, Under the Knife 2) will be installed on the Nintendo Switch™ version.

You can check out the trailers for both games from their Steam releases below.

Will you choose one or both entries in the Bullet Soul series? Let us know in the comments!

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