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Yesterday, Bandai Namco started the distribution of a Doraemon Story of Seasons demo on the Japanese Switch eShop. Take a look at some footage below.

Bandai Namco announced Doraemon Story of Seasons for the west a short while. Following up on that news, we have confirmation that the game will be sold physically in Europe. You can see the boxart above.

At least for now, Bandai Namco hasn’t revealed similar plans for North America. If the physical release isn’t coming stateside, fans can at least rest easy knowing that importing is an option.

Source: Bandai Namco PR

Doraemon Story of Seasons is coming west, Bandai Namco has announced. North America and Europe will be getting the title sometime during the fall.

Here’s the full announcement:

As part of this week’s issue of Weekly Famitsu in Japan, several new details on Doraemon Story of Seasons have been shared — as well as confirmation that a new, separate Story of Seasons title is also in development.

While details or light on the new Story of Seasons title, it has been confirmed that it is unique from Doraemon Story of Seasons. Fully translated notes of the interview article from Gematsu can be viewed below.

Bandai Namco has published some new assets for Doraemon Story of Seasons. The game’s boxart is attached above. We also have some details and screenshots below, courtesy of Gematsu.

Doraemon Story of Seasons was announced during the last Nintendo Direct with a 2019 release date. Today, Bandai Namco revealed that it’ll be launching on June 13 in Japan.

Accompanying today’s news, the game’s first trailer has come in. We’ve attached the video below.

Pricing for Doraemon Story of Seasons is set at 6,100 yen.

There’s one last bit of news coming out of today’s Nintendo Direct, but only for Japan. Marvelous and Brownies have revealed Doraemon Nobita no Bokujou Monogatari, a crossover between Doraemon and Story of Seasons.

Japan will be getting the game sometime in 2019. You can get a brief look at it below.

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Brownie Brown founder Shinichi Kameoka left the company, now known as 1-UP Studio, and went on to form “Brownies” in March of last year.

Kameoka described 2013 as a “very blessed year of development and releases” while speaking with 4Gamer last month. Before leaving Brownie Brown, he worked on Fantasy Life Link for Level-5, and then helped create “Shooting Hero” – Brownie’s debut title on iOS.

As for 2014, Kameoka teased that Brownies is working on “a little epic adventure”. While there’s no sort of guarantee that it will wind up on a Nintendo system, we’re certainly hoping the possibility exists given Kameoka’s previous projects.