A statement was made today by North American video game publisher XSEED Games which confirmed that they have plans to localize Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star, Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns and Akiba’s Beat. More information for all games will be revealed by them next week at E3. The game Fate/Extella Umbral Stars will be releasing for the PS Vita and PS4 this Summer and in Japan its set for November 10th on the same systems. Next is Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns which is set for Nintendo 3DS release in 2017, the game will ship in Japan on June 23rd as a celebration for the franchises 20th anniversary. Lastly is Akiba’s Beat for this Winter on the PS4 and PS Vita while in Japan its set for this coming Fall, the game is also set to be an action RPG, more information of each of the games can be seen blow.
Expanding upon the extensive and much-beloved Fate universe with a standalone story from acclaimed series writer Kinoko Nasu (of Fate/stay night fame), Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star, developed by Marvelous Inc., transpires on the new world of Extella through a diverse cast of “Servants” – ancient warriors of legend and imagination, always at their Masters’ orders – who survived the Holy Grail War that took place on the Moon. In a future ruled by the all-powerful lunar super computer Moon Cell Automaton, these champions now duke it out for dominance over this digital realm, known as “SE.RA.PH.” This story takes place after the events described inFate/EXTRA, and depicts the world after that previous Holy Grail War. Players will experience the story from the independent perspectives of the three heroine Servants and face off against foes from a variety of Fate productions, including characters from Fate/stay night, Fate/Apocrypha andFate/Grand Order, in fast-paced action. A new form change battle mechanic debuts in this entry to match its series-first gameplay style, transforming the player-controlled Servants and granting them considerable powers that allow them to devastate enemies and take formidable challenges head-on.
The game features three locales: Lulucoco Town (Lulucoco Mura), Tsuyukusa Village (Tsuyukusa no Sato or Dew Grass Village), and Wes Town. Players are able to build facilities on their farm, which modifies the rate of crop growth and efficiency depending on their arrangement. Players are also able to raise pets that live with them in their home. They can take the pet to festival events in the village. The game includes the ability to fish, participate in seasonal festivals, and work part-time jobs. Players are able to create a custom character, and are able to choose their gender and appearance. NPCs exist in the game that the player can build relationships with. Players are able to eventually marry NPCs, and can have children with them.
must fight vampires by tearing off their clothes and exposing them to the sunlight.The story is set in an alternate Akihabara where the characters constantly repeat the same Sunday. Kōta Takano is directing the game and ClariS performed the theme song “again.”
The Akiba’s Trip games take place in reproduction of Tokyo’s Akihabara district, where the player must fight vampires by tearing off their clothes and exposing them to the sunlight.