Nintendo details US launch of a few Japanese RPGs

Nintendo details US launch of a few Japanese RPGs

On Thursday, Nintendo revealed during its Nintendo Direct presentation that some popular Japanese role-playing games (Japanese RPGs) are scheduled to hit the US markets in the coming months.

Detailing the forthcoming US launch of a few much-awaited Japanese RPGs, Nintendo said that most of the games coming to the US are already available in Japan since last year.

About the Japanese RPGs set for US launch, Nintendo said that Square Enix's game 'Bravely Second: End Layer' - a sequel to Bravely Default - will be launched in the US on the 3DS platform on April 15. A free demonstration of the game will be available to gamers on March 10.

Another Japanese RPG which will soon be available to US gamers will be Atlus' music-RPG fusion Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE. The game, complete with its original Japanese voiceover track, will be rolled out on the Wii U console in the US on June 24.

Nintendo also revealed that Monster Hunter X will also be ported to the US as Monster Hunter Generations this summer, on the 3DS console. In addition, the 3DS version of Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past will also make its way to the US later this year.