Posts Tagged ‘Librage’

Interview with Librage, developers of The Legend of Kusakari

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

The Librage team in Tokyo

We’re really excited to be publishing The Legend of Kusakari, our first game from a Japanese developer, on Nintendo 3DS. The game is released in western markets this week.

There’s always a lot of interest in the west about the Japanese development scene so we thought we’d find out more about Librage and their quirky game.

Read on to find out more, including what Nintendo of Japan thought about The Legend of Kusakari.


The Legend of Kusakari Releases on Nintendo 3DS on 25 August

Friday, August 5th, 2016

The Legend of Kusakari will be released on 25 August in The Americas, Europe, UK, Australia and New Zealand for

US$4.99 / €4.99 / £3.99 / AUS$6.99 / NZ$7.99.

Our full press release, including more details about the game, is below. (more…)

Librage Interview on The Legend of Kusakari

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016


Japanese developer Librage was interviewed by Nintendo News about their Nintendo 3DS game The Legend of Kusakari.

We will be publishing The Legend of Kusakari on Nintendo 3DS in western markets later this year.

Click here to read the interview

Interviews With Our New Developer Partners

Thursday, April 21st, 2016


We recently announced 4 new titles which we will be publishing on multiple consoles.

Matt Sainsbury interviewed each of the developers and published the interviews over the course of a week on his site Digitally Downloaded.

Click on the links below to read the interviews.

Morgan Lean from Sydney’s Epiphany Games talks about Majestic Nights, a neon-soaked noir action adventure title

Scott Beca and Edward Blanch from Considerable Content in Melbourne discuss their challenging 3D platformer Rogue Singularity

US based Analgesic Productions’ Sean HTCH discusses Anodyne, a Zelda-inspired 16-bit adventure game

Kenichi Fujimoto from Japanese developer Librage talks about The Legend of Kusakari, a parody-homage to the Zelda series

We hope you enjoy these interviews and we look forward to bringing these games to consoles.