Eastasiasoft Hosts New Showcase

Publisher Eastasiasoft held a new showcase presentation focusing on its upcoming titles. The presentation features news and updates on multiple RPGs, beginning with release date for Sea Horizons PlayStation and Xbox console versions. The game, which released on PC and Switch in 2022, will release on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on July 12, 2023.

Developed by 45 Studio, Sea Horizon is a turn-based RPG featuring roguelike, survival, and deckbuilding elements. The game is set on the land of Myrihyn, which has been shattered into numerous islands. Players explore the islands by ship, aiming to stop an invasion by the Dark Fiend.

Eastasiasoft also announced that Han Zhiyu’s Chaos Galaxy will release on Nintendo Switch on July 13, 2023. The game is a retro-styled RPG with grand strategy elements and originally released for PC in 2020. It sees players controlling one of four major fleets in the Galactic Empire after its fall apart and break out in civil war.

Sword and Fairy Inn 2 also received a release date for its Nintendo Switch version. The game will release on the console on July 27, 2023, with physical editions available to pre-order through Playasia. The life simulation RPG spin-off to the long-running Sword and Fairy series tasks players with managing a family restaurant while exploring their surroundings to gather new ingredients and cookware. It originally released for PC via Steam in 2022, with PlayStation and Xbox console versions also planned to release at a later date.

Finally, Eastasiasoft offered reminders of the upcoming Nintendo Switch releases for SideQuest Studios’s Rainbow Skies and Compile Heart’s Mugen Souls Z. Tactical RPG Rainbow Skies will launch on Nintendo Switch in summer 2023. It is a sequel to 2012’s Rainbow Moon and originally released for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita in 2018. Meanwhile, turn-based RPG Mugen Souls Z will release on Nintendo Switch on September 14, 2023. It is a sequel to Mugen Souls and sees protagonist Chou-Chou return as she tries to conquer the twelve Zodiac worlds with a cast featuring new and returning characters. The game was originally released for PlayStation 3 in Japan in 2013 and in North America and Europe in 2014, with a PC version released in 2015.



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