Gust and Compile Heart tease new game reveals for March

Developers following the pattern of previous Dengeki Game Festivals.

Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky

Gust and Compile Heart are likely to announce new games at the “Game no Dengeki Kanshasai 2014 & Dengeki Bunko: Haru no Saiten 2014” event in Akihabara on March 16, the show’s stage lineup teases.

At 13:30 on March 16, Compile Heart will host its “dynamite amazing appreciation” stage. The event’s description reads:

We’re doing it this year too, reporting the latest Neptunia information on the Hyper Dimension stage! There’ll be console gameplay of that title that’s going on sale soon (likely Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth 2, going on sale March 20), as well as a Hyper Dimension Talk with the Neptunia team and special guests that fans won’t want to miss. Naturally, there may be a customary surprise, too…? Also on that day, the hand of a demon from the ○ realm reaches for the Neptunia team!?

And at 14:30, Gust will host an Atelier series special stage where it promises a “fully loaded surprise” and an “Alchemist of Dusk gift.” The full description follows:

Every year, as promised, we’ll bring information on that which can’t be written here! If you want to know the true latest information on the Atelier series that you might not see on the net, you’ll have to come to Akihabara this year, too!

Last year’s event brought the announcements of Chou Megami Shinkou Noire Gekishin Black Heart and Hyperdimension Neptunia Re; Birth 1 from Compile Heart, as well as Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky from Gust.

Additionally, a 20th anniversary Dengeki Bunko stage to be held at 11:00 will contain the latest news on Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax and announce the 10 year anniversary project for Durarara!!

Other stages are planned for the second season of the Sword Art Online anime, Golden Time, Black Bullet, Strike the Blood, and more.

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