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Natsume pleased with sales of its 3DS games, planning more support

Posted on February 15, 2014 by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News

Natsume has put out a bunch of 3DS games – a pair of Harvest Moon titles, Hometown Story, and more. Yumi’s Odd Odyssey is also on the way.

The publisher’s strong support for the platform can likely be attributed to high consumer interest in its slate of 3DS titles. According to Natsume’s Graham Markay, “the 3DS has done very well for us in terms of sales.” Additional games will be announced for the system “in the future.”

And speaking of Yumi’s Odd Odyssey, Markay shared another update about its release. We were recently told that it should be available by the end of February/early March. Pricing is set at $29.99.

Check back tomorrow for more on Yumi’s Odd Odyssey…

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  • D2K

    Shadow Of The Ninja please…

  • ecoutercavalier

    I’m so pumped for Umihara. I hope Natsume brings the Magna game over quickly.

    • ecoutercavalier

      And what the hell does “Check back tomorrow for more on Yumi’s Odd Odyssey…” mean? Don’t tease me like that, Brian. Do you have a full interview or something?

      • Brian


  • Blake Good

    I want to see S.C.A.T., Shadow of The Ninja, Harvest Moon 2, Harvest Moon 3, and Legend of The River King 2 on the 3DS Virtual Console!