Rising Star Games and Mindscape partner to release Japanese games in Australia

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News by Matt S.

Mindscape, the publisher of Tecmo Koei and Konami games in Australia, has announced a new partnership to bring retail games to our shores.

That partnership is Rising Star Games, and the first games to come from this partnership will be Sorcery Saga: Curse of the Great Curry God for the PlayStation Vita, and then Hometown Story for the Nintendo 3DS.

Both of these games are already available via the respective download portals, but for people who would prefer physical copies of their games, Mindscape will be doing them a big favour with these releases.

In a release, Tonia Velasco, COO of Mindscape Asia Pacific, said “We are really excited to welcome Rising Star Games to our already stellar line up of games partners. Its diverse range of titles is very popular amongst gamers and we look forward to releasing more games in the future.”

The games will both be available in July from EB Games, JB Hi-Fi and the smaller game retailers for $59.95 each.

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