Welcome to the KOEI wiki, a database that anyone can edit for Koei games. We're always looking for editors so you can help!
Ever since starting on January 5, 2006, our users have created a total of 3,487 articles. If you would like to contribute, feel free to create an account. Though you can edit without one, you get more benefits with one such as a sense of belonging in the community, as well as being acknowledged for your contributions. If you want to upload an image, please read our uploading policy first.
Nobunaga no Yabou 201X has the movie appear as a collaboration sponsor. Joining the special event will earn players rare items including Hatsume no Tsubone as a party member.
Samurai Cats includes Hatsume-nyan as a rare prize for players to collect.
Nobunaga no Yabou ~Oretachi no Sengoku~ is holding a special battle event where players can acquire the movie's version of Mitsunari.
Moba-nobu is holding a special campaign based on the movie's events.
My GAMECITY is promoting the original novel that inspired the movie. Buyers will be able to purchase the novel in digital format.
A poll is being held for fans to decide which version of Hanbei they would like to see in Nobunaga no Yabou Taishi. The choices include the subject as a commander, a strategist, or a noble warrior. Participants have time to decide until August 21.
Another survey at the game's official site has fans decide their favorite officer.
Koei will be holding a booth at Comiket 92 from August 11 to 13. Available products will mostly be based on Gust titles like the Atelier series, Augmented Reality Girls Trinary, and much more.
Comic Ran will be publishing the final chapter of Nobunaga no Yabou~n, a parody manga authored by Nobuyuki Hori, on late August.
A dinner party featuring the Harukanaru Toki no Naka de 6 Gentou Rondo stage actors will be held at the 27th floor of the Yokohama Sky Building on September 16. Tickets to attend the daytime party or the evening banquet will be sold on August 3, though My GAMECITY users can reserve a spot via lottery which lasts from July 6 to 18.
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.