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A party event is being held to promote the Shiseikan High School cast of Kiniro no Corda Blue♪Sky. Attendees may choose to enjoy lunch or dinner with the cast members.
Koei's Sangokushi 2017, a mobile remake of Romance of the Three Kingdoms XI developed by TCI Shanghai for the Chinese market, will be released in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau under the new title Shin Sangokushi Tebataban. Japanese voice options will be included for the game at a later date.
Nobunaga no Yabou Online will be starting its annual Fall event on November 15. Players will be tasked with finding food-related items for the event's time-limited mission.
Koei's civil lawsuit against Beijing Sanding has ended in their favor by the court. For enabling 3DM to pirate five of the company's IPs, Beijing Sanding must pay Koei 1.62 million yuan as compensation and prevent said titles from being distributed on their service system.
Daikoku Jidai Online ~Order of the Prince~ is featuring a special campaign involving the sudden appearance of Atlantis; the event ends on November 21. A bonus quest for shipbuilders will be included as well.
Symphonic Gamers 2, an orchestral performance by the Japan Game Music Orchestra, will be playing select tracks from Nobunaga's Ambition. The performance is being broadcast on November 12 by NHK.
Tokimeki Restaurant☆☆☆ is currently collaborating with Sanrio to promote their DREAM FESTIVAL in Sanrio Puroland event. Visitors can watch scheduled performances and purchase various merchandise featuring the idols of 3 Majesty and X.I.P. together with Sanrio mascots like Hello Kitty, Pompompurin, and Cinnamoroll.
As part of the Kou Shibusawa 35th anniversary, a memorial book featuring Koei's past simulation titles will be released on November 8 by Loppi HMV.
For a limited time, GYAO! will be broadcasting re-runs of Kiniro no Corda ~primo passo~ for free from December 20 to 26.
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.
A few months ago, 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. 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.