Keiji Inafune of Mega Man fame is working on King of Pirates for the 3DS. It’s an adventure title that we haven’t see much of since it was announced, but there’s a scan for the game that can be found after the break. It’s set to be the first title in a trilogy, so fingers crossed that it turns out to be amazing.
It’s been revealed that King of Pirates and Monster Hunter 4 will be playable at Jump Festa in Japan. The event itself will take place from December 22nd to December 23rd, so we should get some footage of the games at that time.
Keiji Inafune’s upcoming 3DS game, King of Pirates, was originally scheduled for release in 2012, but the official website for the game has recently revealed that the game will now be launching in 2013. Hopefully it doesn’t take long before we have more specific release date.
For all my titles, I’m looking to do worldwide publishing. I can’t say who is publishing because it could be Marvelous directly or maybe they’re going to find another publisher in the US. But the plan is to do it worldwide.
And of course, that’s great to hear.
King of Pirates from Keiji Inafune coming to the 3DS during 2012. It’s filled with cute creatures, pirates, and the story will stretch over three games. In other words, the signs point to it being somewhat awesome. For the time being though, there’s a bit of concept art after the break.
King of Pirates was revealed a while back, but we haven’t seen any gameplay footage. Luckily, Marvelous AQL has revealed that the game will be making its playable debut at the Jump Festa event in Japan. The event is open to the public, so it’s likely that footage of the game and details will make their way online.
King of Pirates from Keiji Inafune (the creator of Mega Man) was revealed a while back and new evidence suggests that the game will see a release outside of Japan. Marvelous AQL has filed trademarks in the United States and Europe not only for the video game, but also various merchandise like toys and backpacks. Don’t take this as a complete confirmation, but it does seem likely that the game will be localised.