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Natsume To Showcase Latest Games At Californian Anime Expo

June 29th, 2010 by

Worldwide developer and publisher, Natsume, are currently set to showcase some of their most anticipated titles of 2010 at this years Anime Expo in California taking place from the 1st to the 4th of July.

Natsume will be showing off the return to the Harvest Moon universe in Harvest Moon: Grand Bazaar - that tasks players to once again help out the town of Zephyr, bringing it back to prosperity – whilst Rune Factory 3: A Fantasy Harvest Moon involves a lead character embroiled in a neighbourly rift as the division between humans and monsters grows wider. The catch? He’s also half human/ half monster. Meanwhile, title Lufia: Curse of the Sinistrals is an adventure game involving hunter Maxim as he looks to rid the land of the powerful ‘Sinistrals’ where intriguing puzzles and item acquisition will form a larger part of the game. And if all that isn’t enough, Natsume also have rhythm-action covered in the form of Gabrielle’s Ghostly Groove - a “spooktacular rhythm adventure”.

From left to right: Lufia: Curse Of The Sinistrals, Harvest Moon: Grand Bazaar, Gabrielle's Ghostly Groove

Hiro Maekawa, President and CEO at Natsume, explains “this is our first time exhibiting at the Anime Expo, we think that our line-up of titles is the perfect fit for the show. The highly anticipated new entries of Harvest Moon and Rune Factory, the triumphant return of the Lufia series, and the fun and fright-filled rhythm game, Gabrielle’s Ghostly Groove”.

For more information on Natsume, check out their official website.

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