Last year Majesco brought Eco Creatures to North America. Players saved Mana Woods from mechas and pollution. All was good, but ten (game) years later Dorian faces another environmental threat on Mana Island.
Ecolis: Aoi Umi to Ugoku Shima (loosely Eco Creatures: The Moving Island and Blue Sea) looks like a return to the previous games’ mechanics with new fishy-looking eco friends. Japan gets the sequel on May 28 care of GungHo Works, you know the company that published Ragnarok Online for the Nintendo DS. Huh, that’s interesting. Interchannel took care of the first game. I wonder if this will affect Majesco from picking this up. To date no publisher has snagged rights for any of GungHo Works’ console games.
Images courtesy of GungHo Works.