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Arc System Works is releasing two more eShop games in Japan next week. Okiraku Fishing 3D will be available for 3DS while Okiraku Tennis SP is coming to Wii U. Both are expected on March 12.

Arc System Works’ platforming game Nazotoki Castle is hitting the Japanese 3DS eShop next week – January 23. Pricing is set at 500 yen. For the game’s introduction trailer, check out the video above.

Arc System Works recently shared a new batch of screenshots and information for Swords & Darkness. The game’s latest content is posted bvelow.

– Moves include whirlwind and uppercut attacks
– Some faux 3D, with one piece showing your protagonist running up a circular staircase
– Part-RPG
– Talk to some survivors and level up
– Allocate skill points in up to 10 different stats including weight
– Can equip different kinds of gear
– Story: war had been waged just before the start of the game between the kingdom of Athelstern and another
– In order to save themselves, the king of Athelstern incanted a spell from the Vessel of Life, resurrecting his dead soldiers and granting them new strength
– With such power, the kingdom was saved… but at a heavy price
– Game begins with the king having lost his mind (the curse of using such powers beyond mortal ken)
– King and his resurrected troops jealously guard the castle and the now hatred-filled king
– To end that madness and return the kingdom to its rightful, peaceful ways, you must go forth to kill the king, or save him if you can
– Out on December 18 in Japan
– 900 yen

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Arc System Works will be bringing Arc Style: Solitaire to the North American 3DS eShop in the near future. Nintendo has the game listed on its website, meaning a release shouldn’t be too far off.

Arc Style: Solitaire comes with Klondike and Monte Carlo varieties. Players can also choose to play on the top screen or touch screen. Features include undo, hints, and the ability to save and return to your games later. More decks and backgrounds can be unlocked as well.

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Interesting that Swords & Darkness’ opening video is spoken in English. That bodes well for a western release!