Natsume has announced its game lineup for E3 next week.
The Harvest Moon publisher is bringing:
- Alphadia Genesis (Wii U) – n/a
- A-Train: City Simulator (3DS) – n/a
- End of Serenity (PSP digital) – n/a
- Gabrielle’s Monstrous Duel (iOS) – n/a
- Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley (3DS) – Winter 2014
- Hometown Story: Pocket (iOS) – n/a
- Ninja Strike (iOS) – n/a
- Reel Fishing: Master’s Challenge (PS Vita) – n/a
- Reel Fishing Pocket 2: Ocean (iOS) – n/a
Here are some official outlines:
Alphadia Genesis (Wii U)
Boasting a rich, complex story starring Fray, a member of the local guild, and Corone, a knight. As their journey progresses and conflicting national interests come to the forefront, it becomes apparent that it may take more than a little work on both their parts if their relationship is to weather the foreboding storm on the horizon.
A-Train: City Simulator (3DS)
Combining the best of both city simulation games and transportation simulation games, A-Train: City Simulator for 3DS is sure to be a hit with fans of both genres! As the newly promoted head of the local transportation agency, it’s your job to make sure that both the city and its transportation system run smoothly! From buses, trains, and subways, you’ll have to think about the best way to incorporate these into the city while avoiding possible bottlenecks and frustrated citizens!
Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley (3DS)
Hiking your way through the mountains one day, you become caught in an unexpected snowstorm, and find shelter with the help of a faint voice. When you awaken, you find and help a kindly Harvest Sprite buried under the snow, who tells you all of the seasons in the valley have vanished except for winter. To return all 4 seasons to the valley, you’ll need the help of the villagers, the Harvest Sprites, the Harvest Goddess, and even the King of the Underworld!
Reel Fishing: Master’s Challenge (PS Vita)
One day, you return to the fishing lodge where you spent lots of time with your father when you were young. But once you step inside, the memories you had in this place as a child come flooding back to you. Motivated by the memories of your past, you decide to embark on the same journey that your father did when you were young. Will you be able to catch all of the fish your father caught all those years ago, and even surpass him?