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Koei has unveiled its new VR Sense prototype for the annual Japan Amusement Expo. This virtual machine can simulate movement, wind, temperature, and aroma to give participants a unique arcade experience. Three games will be used to demonstrate its features: Horror Sense, GI Jockey Sense, and Dynasty Warriors.
Koei-Tecmo Japan has announced their business alliance with Zepp live houses under the tentative brand name KT Zepp Yokohama. These live houses are scheduled to open in spring 2020 throughout Yokohama. Fumiko Hayashi, the mayor of Yokohama, stated her hopes that the collaboration will provide new content to the world and further improve the local economy and brand recognition of the district.
Last month, it became known that Koei-Tecmo filed a trademark for Seiken Musou, which was the same Japanese subtitle used for Warner Brother's King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. This month, Warner Brothers announced that the film will be localized in Japan as King Authur but the film's promotional media hasn't been caught up to speed. The Page speculates on the circumstances of what appears to be a last minute change.
There have been rumors of a Toukiden pachislot within the works that has been circulating since last year. No news yet on the maker or its availability in parlors.
Mayuko Omori is a Japanese illustrator and 2D artist who is currently the senior leader of Koei's CG division. Much of her work focuses on cleaning artist roughs and finalizing how it will look within the game. (Read more)