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Grass-Cutting Game Legend of Kusakari Gets An August 25 Release Date For North America, Europe



Nnooo’s Zelda-like grass-cutting game, The Legend of Kusakiri, first hit the Japanese 3DS eShop back in May. Now, the game is headed to other regions. On August 25th, The Legend of Kusakiri in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand for the following prices: $4.99 / €4.99 / £3.99 / AUS$6.99 / NZ$7.99.


Here’s an official description of The Legend of Kusakiri from Nnooo:


“In The Legend of Kusakari you play the role of Shiba Kari, a humble grass cutter who keeps the fields clean so brave warriors can focus on defeating evil and in doing so, eventually defeat the Demon King. While cutting the grass Shiba Kari has to avoid the battles going on around him as well as the slimes, dragons and other objects trying to distract him from his heroic task. He can level-up his scythe within each level of the game by cutting more grass and use this to unleash a powerful grass-cutting swing. He literally lives to cut the grass, so if he stops even for a short period he will lose health which can be replenished by finding and cutting a clump of life-giving blue grass. The faster Shiba Kari completes each level, the higher his rank will be for that level. On completing each level he is rewarded with a fanfare from the good king’s band, in which one of the trumpeters is not quite as proficient as the other band members.”


To learn more about the game, you can visit Nnooo’s official website.


The Legend of Kusakiri will release on the Nintendo 3DS eShop on August 25th in North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.

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