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FuRyu is working on Future Card Buddyfight for the 3DS. No details have been shared at present, but you can find a teaser site here.

For those unaware, Future Card Buddyfight started out as a card game. An anime based on the franchise aired in Japan this year.

Terra Formars: Fierce Battle on the Crimson Planet received a release date in the latest issue of Young Jump. It will be available in Japan on April 2, the magazine confirms. Check out the scan above for a preview of Terra Formars’ boxart.

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Here are some images of artwork for The Legend of Legacy, and RPG from FuRyu releasing in Japan for the 3DS  January 22, 2015.

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Developer FuRyu posted up a few clips on their YouTube channel showing off their upcoming 3DS RPG, Legend of Legacy, and its battle system:

FuRyu has revealed a special pre-order bonus for The Legend of Legacy. Those who reserve the game in Japan can receive a soundtrack CD. For a look at the CD, check out the image above.

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Thanks to a new online preview from Famitsu, we have another round of screenshots and details for The Legend of Legacy. Today’s content, which is focused on battles, can be found below.

– 7 playable characters and 7 weapon types
– Sword, great sword, axe, spear, staff, bow and arrow, shield
– Because each character lacks specific weapon characteristics, you can equip any weapon to any of the seven characters
– Equip weapons in the menu screen
– Each weapon makes use of a “Battle Technique” for its basic attack
– Techniques range from simultaneously striking several opponents, to striking a single opponent several times, to preventing an enemy attack and responding with a counterattack, etc
– Developer FuRyu says there will be a great variety of these techniques
– Battles have a concept of “Position”
– This represents the role of each character
– Through the game’s “Roll Shuffle” system, players are recommended to create several formations beforehand so they can easily switch up their roles when the battle situation calls for it

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