Nintendo 3DS

Sadame Is Being Localized Two Years After Its Japanese Release



Rising Star Games has picked up Ishi-Sengoku-Den Sadame, which it will be releasing in both North America and Europe as Sadame. Set in the Sengoku-era, this Nintendo 3DS game is a 2D, hack-and-slash adventure following characters from four different classes as they fight monsters from Japanese folklore.


Players can choose from four different characters in Sadame. There’s a Monk, Ninja, Rogue, and Samurai, with each one having his or her own story, skill trees, weapons to enhance with jewels, and gameplay style. Each story branches, so it could play differently each time, even with the same character.


Multiple save files and replays are encouraged in Sadame. Data is shared across save files, so characters share weapons and armor. A character you’ve created in one save file can appear as a NPC in another’s story as well. Other people’s characters may also appear as support NPCs, if you enable StreetPass and happen upon someone else with the game.


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Sadame will be released on both the North American and European Nintendo 3DS eShops on February 25, 2016.

Jenni Lada
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