Pocky & Rocky Reshrined Teaser Released

Get a first look at Tengo Project and Natsume’s Pocky & Rocky Reshrined with the first teaser trailer for the game.

Taking cues from the original Super Nintendo title from nearly 30 years go, Pocky & Rocky Reshrined is the third installment in the series. This top-down multi-directional scrolling shooter is done in a 16-bit style that features improved graphics and sound. The original developer have also been brought in for its development.

The game follows the adventures of the young Shinto shrine maiden Pocky and Rocky the racoon as they set out to save the Nopino Goblins. Bboth single-player and cooperative modes have been included.

You can view the teaser trailer below:

Pocky & Rocky Reshrined Teaser

The game will launch for the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

Source: Press Release

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Pocky & Rocky Reshrined Teaser Released

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