Gender-Bent Romance of the Three Kingdoms Fighter Koihime Enbu Comes West on PC

Degica Games has announced they’re localizing Koihime Enbu.

The female-dominated fighting game will be coming to PC via Steam sometime next month. The game was originally released in Japan for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4.

Developed by Unknown Games, the game features a gender-bent cast of classical warriors seen in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms epic. Fans can expect thirteen playable fighters, each featuring unique movesets and mechanics.

Here’s a synopsis for the game, via Degica:

Based on the Koihime Musou visual novel, Koihime Enbu features a reimagining of the Romance of Three Kingdoms where the majority of characters are girls. Originally an arcade fighting game, Koihime Enbu draws upon this pedigree to offer players accessible and exciting mechanics that will draw in beginner and veteran players alike.

Koihime Enbu is footsies-based 2D fighting game. Anyone can enjoy it from a beginner to a skilled fighting game veteran.

Fighting game veterans will relish the tight controls and fast combat, providing the possibility of huge combos and devastating counters. Explore the Fatal Counter system that creates additional combo opportunities. With almost every attack being punishable, Koihime Enbu strives to provide a cleaner and more precise fighting experience.


  • Play as 13 different characters and 7 “assist” characters to create a huge variety of strategies!
  • Old school footsies-based 2D fighting game!
  • Explore the Fatal Counter system which gives moves different properties that make comboing easier, and longer!
  • Utilise the Tactics Meter with special moves, ex special moves, super moves, and ultimate moves!
  • Save your best bouts for later, or learn from your previous battles with Replay Mode!
  • Ascend the online rankings by battling in ranked matchmaking, keep it closer to home and play with your friends in local versus mode!
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