We're less than two weeks away from the biggest video game convention in the industry and now we're beginning to see publishers make most of their E3 games known (well, those that aren't holding big press conferences like Sony, Nintendo, EA, etc.). Natsume is one such company that's revealing its cards, and this year, they will have at least four titles on the docket.
First up is Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories, which was initially revealed a few days ago and will hearken back to earlier games in the series. It's also the first Harvest Moon title to be coming to mobile devices (both iOS and Android) in addition to coming to Wii U and 3DS.
Ninja Strike is the second game in the lineup, and it's a side-scrolling action platformer where you'll be able to choose from 5 different ninjas to play as. This one is coming to Wii U as well, presumably through the eShop.
Gotcha Racing is the third title, and it's a top-down racing game where you'll be able to customize your car (also known as a Capsule Machine). There will be 12 different tracks, 6 different grades, grand prix races, and lots of Capsule Machines to unlock. This one is coming to 3DS in July.
Brave Tank Hero is the last big game on this list, and it's a 3D action tank game featuring three playable tanks, 50 levels, upgrades, and tactical strategy to boot. It's coming to both 3DS and Wii U in August.
Additionally, Natsume has confirmed that they'll be talking about upcoming Wii U GBA Virtual Console games, including Medabots, Pocky & Rocky With Becky, and others.
If there's one thing that's surprising about this list, it's that there are no Vita releases this time around. Is Natsume pulling away from Sony for now? Only time will tell.
What are your thoughts on Natsume's E3 lineup?