The adorable, social action-RPG, Picotto Knights, was just released in Japan as a free-to-play brawler reminiscent of Castle Crashers for the Vita. Luckily for us Westerners, GungHo Entertainment has formed a North American branch, and their first order of business was announcing a bunch of games for English language consumption. Take that, cultural awareness.
Picotto Knights will be hitting non-Japanese Vitas “very early” next year, which isn’t too long of a wait, considering the avalanche of games heading our way this holiday season. If you’re wondering what else GungHo is doing, look no further than the October-bound Dokuro and the European publisher of Ragnarok Odyssey. Yes, they like the Vita a lot.
Now, if only we could get the game that was confirmed for release here months ago, Frobisher Says, or the European-exclusive Ecolibrium… Both are free, and both look like great time wasters. Do you need someone to help translate those games from European English to North American vernacular? I can totally help you guys.
- Orgarythm Dances to October 23rd