This year at E3, Natsume Inc. deals out a diverse range of games with a common thread: players' choice. From farming and racing to tanks and ninjas, game fans will find plenty of choices in each new title.
In Harvest Moon: Seeds of Memories the players revitalize a farm through classic activities like tending animals and cooking. They also enjoy new adventures, like taming a bobcat and attending the Starry Night Festival. The farm-tastic fun starts this winter for Wii U, PC, iOS, and Android.
Next up, Gotcha Racing launches this July for 3DS. The top-down racing game uses both 3DS screens, and lets racers choose custom parts to create killer cars. Twelve tracks, Grand Prix races, six racing grades, and StreetPass functionality add up to lots of options for tire-screeching fun.
This August, Natsume gives players command of an armored vehicle in Brave Tank Hero. Available for Wii U and 3DS, the game tasks players with defending a besieged city and offers more than 50 re-playable missions, three different tank types, and a load of unlockable power-ups.
Finally, Natsume kicks up the pace with sidescrolling action platformer Ninja Strike. Thieves have stolen the treasure and players must get it back by choosing from five different ninja, as well as skills that offer plenty of nifty ninja-boosting options. Ninja Strike will be available for the Wii U at an unannounced date.
Farming, racing, strategizing or fighting--no matter what kinds of games fans enjoy, Natsume's 2015 lineup offers players plenty of options.