Koei Gauging Interest From PC Gamers

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This morning, Tecmo Koei—specifically the Koei side of the company—asked fans on its Facebook page how many of them were PC gamers.

 

One fan replied: “Please don’t tease us,” to which Koei said, “We aren’t teasing. We just want to know how many so we can see what we can do.”

 

PC releases of certain games aren’t really “new” for Tecmo or Koei. For instance, YAIBA: Ninja Gaiden Z was recently released on PC, while the Nobunaga’s Ambition series of games has seen a number of PC iterations as well.

 

Most recently, however, Tecmo Koei announced a PC version of Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends in Japan, and when we asked Tecmo Koei if the PC version would be brought to the West, they told us they would “look into the opportunity”.


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