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Speaking of Direct demos, Nintendo has a habit of slightly changing the broadcast according to the region. Japan usually receives a few different announcements, and on the company’s E3 Direct, the situation is no exception.
Although we have introduced at least one of these headings in a separate post, we have now aggregated the rest into one post, so you can see what else was announced. Keep in mind that most of these games are currently only released in Japan.
The Doppelganger Kingdom game produced by Yoshifumi Hashimoto, the producer of “Four Seasons” and “Rune Factory”, will arrive in Japan on June 24 next week. source: Silicone
Although these three titles did not appear during the Western Conference live broadcast, Mushihime Received a surprise local version-marking its Nintendo debut. The other two shmups are expected to be launched later this year.
The latest work of the Power Pro Kun Pocket R-Power Pro Baseball derivative series will be available on Switch in Japan this winter. The series first started with Game Boy in 1999. source: Kamamatsu
This robot simulation RPG will be launched in Japan this year. It will also be released in Asia with English subtitles. This also happens to be the 30th anniversary of the series-more details are expected to be announced on July 11. source: Kamamatsu
This campus romance simulation game published by Konami has been confirmed to be released in Japan on October 28. This is the fourth entry in the derivative dating simulation game, and the fourth after the DS and PSP entries in 2010 and 2012. source: Silicone
Last but not least, we have a montage trailer and Nintendo’s complete Japan E3 Direct demo:
Do you see any games you are interested in here? Leave a comment below.
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