World End Economica & Tokyo Xanadu Will Be Localised, Releasing 2017

Over the weekend quite a few games were announced for localisation in the West, with the majority heading to the PS Vita, as well as the PS4 as well as Steam. All of the games aren’t expected to release until 2017 and status of whether all will have physical releases is unknown. One game that is confirmed to have a physical run is World End Economica thanks to a partnership with Limited Run Games, with the title releasing on both PS4 and Vita.

World End Economica is a visual novel that is already available on Steam, and is set on the Moon after people have emigrated there. The story revolves around a boy called Haru who is trying to raise money so he can on a journey to a place where no one else has set foot. The game is split into three episodes and all of them will be released at the same time for Sony’s consoles.


Tokyo Xanadu will be localised for Vita and Steam, with both a physical and digital release for the handheld. While a PS4 version called Tokyo Xanadu eX+ has been released in Japan no plans are in place to bring it westwards yet. The game has been developed by Falcom, and is based in a fictional region of Tokyo, in which urban myths come to light.

Other games that were confirmed for localisation included Period Cube, Collar X Malice, and Bad Apple Wars all for PS Vita. At the moment these localisations are only confirmed for North America, so unless announcements are made for Europe these will have to be imported or bought off the NA PSN.

Source: RPG Site Twitter

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