This week’s Famistu has the scoop for a new Japanese Vita game called Orgarhythm. The new title is from Acquire, the studio behind Vita games Sumioni and Shinobido 2: Revenge of Zen. Like Shinobido 2, they won’t actually be developing this title. Instead, it’ll be developed by Neilo, a studio formed by Tak Hirai a former SEGA programmer who once worked on Shenmue among other titles. The new title is a rhythm based action title. Players play as a god issuing commands to people of water, earth, and fire people. The game starts off with one basic bass track, but eventually expands to five. There will be over 100 skills to obtain, and it will feature local multiplayer compatibility for up to two players.
The game’s official Japanese site can be found here. In the game’s copyright notice North American video game localization firm, XSEED is listed. It’s important to note that Orgarhythm has only been announced for Japan as of this writing. But it seems Acquire may have spilled the beans. XSEED previously published Acquire’s Sumioni, and hinted at a future title from the company.