We recently reviewed the Japanese version of Dragon Maid: Burst Forth by Miss Kobayashi!! Choro-gon Breath and I thought it was Okayawarding the game a 6/10 and highlighting the clever mechanics, but criticizing the short campaign and unimpressive visuals.

Now, you can make up your own mind about the game when it launches on Switch in North America this summer. No specific date has been announced yet, but we’ll likely see an update on that shortly.

Here is an overview from Aksys Games:

“After receiving an encrypted email, Miss Kobayashi and her maids go to Takiya’s house to investigate. There they are mysteriously (and excessively, let’s face it) sucked into the PC. Help them get through the stages by banding together and using their wits to defeat the Using the triple attack system of long range, melee and the unique and deadly Choro-gon breath (they’re dragons, get it?), you’ll annihilate the enemy! Combine the power of three with the tag system using Tohru, Kanna, and Elma to tackle each stage with Kobayashi’s support. There’s no enemy they can’t defeat! Under certain conditions, activate the enemy! “Unleashed spark of dragons to inflict even more deadly damage! As you progress, collect 30 unique commemorative coins from friends’ precious daily lives in beautiful artwork created especially for the game!”

Will you add it to your shmup collection when it launches in the US? Let us know at the usual place.