Marvelous Entertainment and XSEED Games today announced their E3 lineup, which will include a number of RPGs:
- Avalon Code (DS)
- Rune Factory: Frontier (Wii)
- Little King’s Story (Wii)
- Valhalla Knights 2 (PSP)
They also confirmed North American release for the games and added release dates. Avalon Code DS is due out Q1 2009; Rune Factory: Frontier is also set for Q1 2009; Little King’s Story is scheduled for winter 2008; and Valhalla Knights 2 is set for fall 2008. They’ve also confirmed that Avalon Code, Rune Factory: Frontier and Little King’s Story will be published in Europe by Rising Star Games.
If you’re a budding artist then Marvelous Entertainment and XSeed Games have just the contest for you. The companies have announced today that they’re holding a fan art contest for their upcoming Wii title Little King’s Story. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to draw a “UMA” i.e. an Unidentified Mysterious Animal, though the UMA can take the form of a bird, beast, specter, bizarre human, or pretty much anything you can dream up. The prize? Having your artwork turned into an in-game character. There will also be 99 runner-ups whose artwork will appear in the in-game museum.
Entries must be emailed or mailed to the company by August 1, 2008. For full contest rules and entry details see the game’s site.
Last month Marvelous Entertainment announced Oh-sama Monogatari (also known as ‘Project O‘), a Sim/RPG for the Nintendo Wii in Japan. This week Marvelous Entertainment and XSEED Games jointly announced that they will be bringing the game to North American shores as Little King’s Story. The game is due out in North America this coming winter. Continue reading ‘Little King Makes Big Debut’ »
Marvelous Entertainment has recently announced Oh-sama Monogatari, a Sim-RPG for theNintendo Wii, which roughly translates to The King’s Story. The game is about a young boy that discovers a magical crown that makes him a king, and it follows his adventures creating a kingdom. Players will be able to build towns, invent new technologies, and create a militia. At this point, most details are scarce, but it is known that at least three character jobs exist. They are soldier, carpenter, and farmer. For those that want to know more, there is an official website Continue reading ‘Wii Getting Another Kingly Game’ »