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It’s been a five-year wait for Go! Go! Kokopolo 3D, but the game is nearly here. Circle Entertainment shared some news on Twitter today that the downloadable 3DS game will arrive between February and March.

You can access the official site here. We’ll let you know as soon as we have a release date.

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Parascientific Escape: Gear Detective is now confirmed for release on the North American 3DS eShop this week. Circle Entertainment will publish the game on Thursday for $5.

Here’s an overview:

“Parascientific Escape: Gear Detective is a sequel to Parascientific Escape: Cruise in the Distant Seas, where the player is required to find clues and solve puzzles to escape certain situations using PSI abilities.

The story follows Detective Kyosuke Ayana, who has the ability named chronokinesis which allows him to look back in time in a limited field of view, for up till 5 days back. Detective Ayana is hired to find a serial killer threatening the quiet neighborhood of Camellia Hills – but soon finds himself in much bigger trouble as he investigates the crime scenes.”

And a trailer:

European Wii U owners will soon have access to Koi DX. According to a listing on the eShop, it’s due out next week – specifically February 2.

Here’s a look at the eShop listing:


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Koi DX footage

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This past Thursday, Circle Entertainment brought Koi DX to the Wii U eShop. Take a look at some footage below.

Gourmet Dream European release date

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We now have an European release date for the 3DS eShop title Gourmet Dream. You’ll be able to download the game on January 19th. Check out the eShop listing for yourself in the tweet below.

 

Koi introduction trailer

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With Koi releasing on the North American Wii U eShop next week, Circle Entertainment prepared an introduction trailer for the game today. View it below.

Circle Entertainment still has plenty of titles lined up on 3DS. Already, the publisher is planning over ten games for the eShop.

One of these is Frontier Days: Founding Pioneers, created by Arc System Works. This should be out in the west sometime during Q1.

Circle wrote on Twitter a few hours ago:


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Koi hitting NA Wii U eShop next week

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Koi, a calm exploration game, will be arriving on the Wii U next week. The game is being ported by Circle Entertainment. The game will cost $3.99.

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Mercenaries Saga 3 is already out in North America, as it arrived on the 3DS eShop last month. In Europe, the game is now dated for next week. A listing on the eShop has it down for January 12 with a €5.99 price point.

Here’s a look at the listing:


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Circle Entertainment has put out a ton of games on the eShop over the years, so it’s no surprise that the company is interested in Switch. The publisher did actually attempt to apply for a Switch licence. However, CEO Chris Chao says “Nintendo wants us to be patient.”

That being said, Chao has some concerns about Switch. Since it supports engines like Unity and Unreal, developers will be able to easily make titles, and he’s unsure if the quality level can be maintained. Smaller developers surviving with a lot of competition could also be problematic.

Chao told Nintendo Life:

“Right now we are focusing on 3DS, Steam and PlayStation (probably VR); we tried to apply for a Switch license and Nintendo wants us to be patient. Personally I am a little bit worried about Switch (not the hardware), but I’m still willing to work on the platform.

If you want to know my worries, I have to say that if this platform can easily port the likes of Unity and Unreal, for gamers that’s cool to see so many titles come out, but how can we make sure game quality will stay at a high level? Maybe some indies will port 5-10 titles in 2 months; it’ll be hard for small developers to survive on the platform with such huge competition.”

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