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Xseed Games reveals its E3 2017 lineup

Marvelous USA’s indie arm, Xseed Games has revealed the full roster of games it will be bringing to next week’s E3 expo in LA.



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Marvelous USA’s indie arm, Xseed Games, has revealed the full roster of games it will be bringing to next week’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles.

Xseed’s E3 booth will be host to the newly announced Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection, a 3D action RPG from Japanese developer Nihon Falcom. The game is due for Windows PC this summer.

There will also be a chance to play Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash, and action platformer Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin, both of which are heading to PlayStation 4. Senran Kagura series producer Kenichiro Takaki will be in attendance on the show floor to meet fans on June 15th from 3pm – 5pm.


Takaki said in a press statement:

“I’m very much looking forward to meeting fans of my work at E3. I never thought that the series would leave Japan when I created Senran Kagura, but now that it has gained fans worldwide, I want to meet them and am so happy that Marvelous and E3 has allowed me to do just that.”

Ken Berry, Executive Vice President at Marvelous USA added:

“For Xseed Games, E3 has always been a time of excitement, as it’s our opportunity to share upcoming titles with the industry. This year, I’m overjoyed that fans are able to be a part of that experience. Not only do we have a fantastic lineup of titles at the show, it’s also rather diverse in terms of themes and genres, and we invite everyone to stop by the booth and check us out.”

There will also be a couple of Nintendo Switch games at the show, with Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star making an appearance alongside WayForward’s Shantae: Half-Genie Hero, which will include the new Risky Boots DLC.

You can find Xseed Games at Booth #4700 in the West Hall. E3 2017 runs from June 13th – 15th at the LA Convention Center.

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