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Koei-Tecmo has announced the construction of a new company building to commemorate the holding's tenth anniversary. It is scheduled to finish its completion by January 2020.
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.
For a limited time, GYAO! will be broadcasting re-runs of Kiniro no Corda ~primo passo~ for free from December 20 to 26.
midas is developing two games that are currently known under their product codes: "Puck" and "F". It is currently unknown if they are related to the recent smartphone collaborations that have been announced for development.
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.
The Sanada clan (真田氏) was a powerful clan that existed during the Warring States period. Famed for their military strength and clever strategies, myths and legends of their prowess escalated centuries after Yukimura's last stand at Osaka Castle. (Read more)