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Kutar confirmed for Europe December 15th; Circle teases new 3DS game

Circle Entertainment confirmed the Eurpoean release date for the Kutar series of mini-games. The games will release in Europe, New Zealand, and Australia on December 15th. Circle Entertainment also teased that they have a new title in the works, which is on the way to the western 3DS eShop. No other details were released about the game, though the indie studio did promise more information soon. The game teased was called simply “Frontier Days Founding Pioneers.”

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Mercenaries Saga 3 could be released in December

Circle Entertaiment shared this morning via social media that upcoming title Mercenaries Saga 3 is nearly ready for release in North America. Developed by Rideon and released in Japan earlier this year, Circle is hoping for a release in the Nintendo 3DS eShop sometime in mid-December. The game is the follow up to Mercenaries Saga 2 and looks and feels very reminiscent of Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. If you’ve played any of the FF Tactics games then...

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Circle to release Kutar series for 3DS on Thursday

What is Kutar? Kutar is the character who has an incredible expressionless emotion that can’t be distinguished by laughing or crying. Kutar is not a dog, cat or bear. Kutar is always Kutar no matter where he is going or doing. In all seriousness, Kutar is a series of microgames developed by Giga Rensya and being released by Circle Entertainment in North America on Thursday. The games, ten of them in all, each retail for $0.99 USD....

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Fairune 2 | REVIEW

When I played Fairune just under two years ago I fell in love with the simple adventure RPG. Looking and feeling somewhat reminiscent of the early The Legend of Zelda games, the game was wide open and fun to play. Circle and developer Skipmore have followed up the game with the sequel Fairune 2 and have built a game that stays true to the success of the first one while also expanding into a much bigger game....

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Two Circle games confirmed for October 20th

Circle Entertainment has shared via their social media platforms that two of their games are coming to the Nintendo eShop this week, with one game arriving on the Wii U and the other on the Nintendo 3DS. Circle revealed that Mr. Pumpkin’s Adventure will arrive in the Wii u eShop on Thursday while the highly anticipated sequel Fairune 2 was also confirmed for release on October 20th. Mr. Pumpkin Adventure will retail for $3.99 USD while Circle...

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Circle readies Mercenaries Saga 3 for North America

Circle Entertainment tweeted yesterday that they are putting the finishing touches on Mercenaries Saga 3 for the Nintendo 3DS in North America. The English version of the game is nearly done and is nearly ready to be submitted to Nintendo of America and Europe. The game was originally being aimed for a Q4 release, but could be released sooner. The game, which is developed by Rideon Japan, is set to be released in the Japanese eShop on...

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Circle announces new game Picontier

Circle Entertainment announced a new game at the Tokyo Game Show today which is being developed by Skipmore, developers of the Fairune series. The game, titled Picontier, is a pixel art slow living miniscape RPG which allows you to enjoy a slow living on the island. In the game you spend your time farming, crafting, mining and fishing. And apparently if you’re the adventurous sort, you can take a journey to the dungeons to fight off monsters....

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Adventure Labyrinth Story | REVIEW

Sometimes there are games, along with movies and other media, where if you haven’t experienced earlier titles in the series then you’re lost. You won’t know who the characters are, their motivations, or what exactly is going on. Luckily Adventure Labyrinth Story isn’t one of those games. While it may technically be the third game in a series, you won’t need to have beaten or even played the first two games. Adventure Labyrinth Story stands on its...

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Circle bringing Polara to 3DS eShop on September 15th

Circle Entertainment confirmed today that their localization of Polara will hit the Nintendo eShop for the 3DS in North America on September 15th. The game will be released in the European and Australian eShops on September 22nd. The game was released in Japan by Flyhigh Works in April of this year. Polara is a runner where the goal is to keep the hero running while changing the color of the protective clothing of Lara as you pass...

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Ambition of the Slimes | REVIEW

If you’ve read any of my previous reviews for games in the genre, you’ll know that I enjoy turn based strategy role-playing games. I’ve played and loved playing games like Final Fantasy Tactics (and Final Fantasy Tactics Advance) in the past, and more recently games like Fire Emblem Fates or Mercenaries Saga 2. So when I learned that Circle was making a spin off of Witch & Hero in this genre I jumped at the chance to...

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Circle port of Mr. Pumpkin’s Adventure for Wii U awaiting approval

Circle Entertainment is bringing Mr. Pumpkin’s Adventure to the Nintendo Wii U eShop and it’s getting closer to release. Circle announced today via social media that the game has been submitted to Nintendo of America for approval. Mr. Pumpkin’s Adventure is a point-and-click puzzle game. The main character of this game is Mr. Pumpkin who lost his memories. During the adventure, you will help him solve all the puzzles, which will eventually unveil an evil plot.

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Sometimes it pays off to follow game publishers on social media

If you’re really into the gaming scene and eat up every tidbit of news out there then you probably follow a slew of gaming websites. From the Gamespots to the IGNs, and Kotaku to Broken Joysticks, following gaming news website is a good way to find out anything and everything from the world of video games. But it can also be good to follow publishers. Not only will you get some juicy news right from the source,...

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Fairune 2 submitted to North America/Europe Lotcheck

Circle Entertainment has had a string of new releases over the last little while, with Kingdom’s Item Shop last week and Ambition of the Slimes the week before that. Fairune 2 could be added to that list very soon. The publisher announced on their social media platforms early yesterday that the sequel has been submitted for lotcheck to both Nintendo of America and Nintendo of Europe. The game was released last month in Japan. Developed by Skipmore,...

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