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Story of Seasons: Reunion in Mineral Town, a remake of the Game Boy Advance games Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town and Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town, has been confirmed for western release. Marvelous says that this will happening sometime after the Japanese and Asia launch. These two regions are getting the game on October 17.

If Marvelous / XSEED Games handles the overseas launch (which currently seems to be the case), the Story of Seasons name should carry over. Marvelous owns the Bokujo Monogatari / Story of Seasons games while Natsume has rights to the Harvest Moon name.

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Marvelous has released the first trailer for Story of Seasons: Reunion in Mineral Town, a remake of the Game Boy Advance games Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town and Harvest Moon: More Friends of Mineral Town. Watch it below.

Famitsu revealed today that Marvelous is bringing a remake of Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town to Nintendo Switch. The game will be released on October 17 in Japan. More details will be revealed in the next issue of Famitsu magazine; for now, all we have are the piece of artwork you see above and the three screenshots and the preview of the Famitsu article below:

Marvelous held its latest live stream for Rune Factory 4 Special today. Aside from showing the latest footage, details were provided on the Another Episode mode.

Here’s the full rundown:

Marvelous has confirmed that it will host another Rune Factory 4 Special live stream this week. The streamers Underbar, Hira and Milkiene, and producer Maekawa will all be appearing, along with Ventuswill’s seiyuu Satomi Akesaka as a guest. Fans can look forward to a focus on the game’s battle system and how it combines a weapons system with a magic system.

The live stream will be held on June 26 at the following times:

Daemon X Machina’s demo ended up working out very well for the game. Marvelous was able to field feedback from a ton of users who tried it out, resulting in many improvements. You can see what was changed in a recent trailer here.

One aspect not pointed out in the video concerns a technical improvement. According to director Kenichiro Tsukuda, the frame rate has been improved since the demo’s release. We won’t know how the game holds up until we’re closer to release, but it should be smoother than what players experienced previously.

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Much of what we’ve heard surrounding Senran Kagura Peach Ball’s western release has been for North America. Today, however, Marvelous confirmed that the game will also be launching on July 9 in Europe and Australia via the eShop.

Senran Kagura Peach Ball can be pre-loaded from the eShop now. Fans can pre-purchase the game for £35.99 / €39.99 / $60.00 (Australia). It is playable in Japanese with English and French text localisation.

Here’s some additional information about Senran Kagura Peach Ball:

Amazon has posted the Japanese boxart for Daemon X Machina. Get a look at the packaging image above.

To compare, here’s the western version:

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Nintendo has posted a new Daemon X Machina video with director Kenichiro Tsukuda. Below, Tsukuda shared three things that fans may not know about the game.

On Nintendo Treehouse: Live at E3 2019 a short while ago, Daemon X Machina’s co-op multiplayer was shown off. Continue on below for the full recording.