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Psycho Pigs, a remake based on Jaleco’s Butasan, originally started out as a Japanese release. It then joined the European 3DS eShop this past summer. In North America, it will be available starting this week. An eShop listing has it down for October 6. The game will cost $7.99.

The main gameplay in Psycho Pigs involves throwing bombs at pigs to blast them out of the arena. If you missed it, we have the English trailer below.

Psycho Pigs is out now on the European 3DS eShop, with the North American launch taking place soon. The game takes up 654 blocks on an SD card. That amounts to 81.75MB.

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Bergsala Lightweight will soon be bringing Psycho Pigs to the 3DS eShop. The game’s website lists a July release for both North America and Europe (and a $7.99 price point).

Psycho Pigs is a remake based on Jaleco’s classic arcade release Butasan. The main gameplay has players throwing bombs at pigs to blast them out of the arena. Different types of bombs and power up items, various modes, and multiplayer will mix up the action.

View a trailer for Psycho Pigs below. More information can be found on the official website here.

It was already clear that Unholy Heights would be launching on the European 3DS eShop tomorrow thanks to the weekly Nintendo Download PR. However, we now have confirmation that the game will be out in North America at the same time. It’ll cost $6.00 / €5.99.

Unholy Heights offers tower defense gameplay along with demon monster apartment management. Players assume the role of the Devil “who creates an apartment for monsters to defend against pillaging wannabe heroes”.

Here’s some additional information:

In this creative Tower Defence game you sucker monsters to live in your apartment building by buying them furniture according to their needs. Once they are in your apartment, have them breed stronger offspring, charge them rent or KICK THEM OUT! Your army is the only thing in the way of you and the sickeningly sweet good folk who try and erase the monsters presence.

And a trailer:

Source: Bergsala Lightweight PR

Natsume has been teasing Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley’s European release for quite some time. However, a concrete announcement was finally announced today.

Bergsala Lightweight will be handling publishing duties for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley in Europe, where it will launch in Q1 2015. More details “will be disclosed in due course.”

Check out the European announcement trailer for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley above.

Source: Bergsala Lightweight PR