Natsume has given a more exact time frame for their upcoming homage title, River City: Tokyo Rumble from territories outside of Japan. The title will be launching sometime this September in North America and Europe according to a tweet they posted on their Twitter page earlier today.
The game will have a limited time physical copy run while Europe will be digital-only.
You had me at second
A localization may be on the way, if this piece of news is any indication. The good news is Square-Enix has trademarked the name Bravely Second, a sequel to the original game Bravely Default, which came to both North America and Europe as well as Japan. It did take quite a while for the title to make it to Europe after it’s initial release in Japan (and even longer in North America.) If this is anything to get hyped about, it’s very likely we’ll see news submerge about the title at this years E3 conference, which is next month! How excited are you to get your hands on Bravely Second? Let us know in the comment section below.
A spinoff game from the original series Monster Hunter Frontier G is a game to only launch in Japan. It was the second Monster Hunter title to be released in Japan for Wii U(previously MH3 Ultimate). Monster Hunter Frontier G is a MMORPG with a monthly subscription fee. No confirmations have officialy been given by the company, but an interview with Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono talked about this in particular for Frontier G:
The letter ‘G’ in the title implies it’s compatible with a wide range of platforms, including PlayStation 3, Wii U, Xbox 360, and PC. We’re also planning to extend this support to PlayStation Vita.
The reason why we have increased our support for so many hardware platforms is because we have our sights set on distributing services for this game in the future outside Japan. We simply can’t release a game as it is, but need to adapt all the necessary services to the unique characteristics of each region. In preparation for that, we’ve broadened our scope and started launching individual titles across multiple hardware platforms
Sound like Capcom is hinting a western release for the game. Hopefully, more news will come about the title’s chances of being localized. For now, western MH fans will have to wait until 2015 until Monster Hunter 4 release on the 3DS.
Time to kick’ off the new year, the popular RPG soccer game “Inazuma Eleven” is scheduled to release in the North American Territory Q1 2014. The game is developed by Level-5, the company that developed Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, or Luigi’s Mansion 2 in Europe. It hasn’t been listed which game is going to release, according to Nintendo’s website. It would make sense for it to be Inazuma Elevn 3, which released in Europe last Fall of 2013.