Bushiroad Games Releases New Trailers

Publisher Bushiroad Games released new Japanese trailers for three upcoming RPGs. The videos provide looks at Hakama’s action RPG Rear Sekai as well as Apollosoft and Mebius’s tactical RPG Goblin Slayer Another Adventurer: Nightmare Feast, plus a teaser for Lancarse’s Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation – Quest of Memories.

Rear Sekai lets players control a male or female protagonist, who visits the town of Ellentaros in the fantasy world of Melvania and sets off on an adventure to help the townsfolk. However, during the adventure, they find themselves awakening in a different modern world. Players will need to uncover the secrets behind the two worlds. The game will also feature interaction with the various characters, with players able to build relationships, including romantic ones. Rear Sekai will release for Nintendo Switch in Japan on October 12, 2023.

Goblin Slayer Another Adventurer: Nightmare Feast is based on the Goblin Slayer light novel and is planned to release for PC and Nintendo Switch this winter with English and Japanese language support. It will feature an original story and characters in the main series setting. The series features a dark fantasy setting inspired by tabletop role-playing games, focusing on a party of adventurers whose leader is out on a quest for revenge against the goblins. Goblin Slayer Another Adventurer: Nightmare Feast will feature a tactical combat system with positioning and unit strengths and weaknesses playing important roles.

Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation – Quest of Memories is based on the Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation light novel series, which has also received manga and anime adaptations. Mushoku Tensei: Jobless Reincarnation – Quest of Memories is planned for release on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch in Japan, though a release window has not been announced.


Source: Gematsu (1), Gematsu (2), Gematsu (3)





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