Little King's Story heading to PC



Little King's Story is heading to PC (Steam, GOG, Humble Store) on August 5th, and will cost $25. The PC port will be developed by Marvelous, and published by XSEED.

The PC versions sports better graphics than the Wii and Vita releases, and the Steam version will feature extra bonuses like achievements and trading cards.
 

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Tbh I'm just hoping this means that XSeed will have Xanadu Next out soon. They said it is a summer release and its coming close. I will definitely check this game out too though because I tend to really like alot of the games XSeed publishes
 

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for those who haven't played it hope your up to date with your history questions because 1 boss will practically give you a damned school lesson to defeat him!

i hated this game on the wii :P
 

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I liked and enjoyed that game a lot.
It's not that hard (only the last boss gave me hard time).
It's a fun game to play and it has a lot of re-composed classical music pieces that everyone knows. Very good game and music.
The world is vast and features lot of different graphical styles.
If you like active battles like pikmin games you'll like it.

I wonder if the PC version will be played with a mouse or a controller.
 

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I liked and enjoyed that game a lot.
It's not that hard (only the last boss gave me hard time).
It's a fun game to play and it has a lot of re-composed classical music pieces that everyone knows. Very good game and music.
The world is vast and features lot of different graphical styles.
If you like active battles like pikmin games you'll like it.

I wonder if the PC version will be played with a mouse or a controller.
There is full direct-input controller support but i'll be playing it with mouse and keyboard
 

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Alas kingsman kind of took over that opening song in my head now.

Also "extra bonuses like achievements and trading cards.". So exciting.

If I am playing on the PC I kind of like my life simulations to be a bit more in depth ( http://www.academagia.com/ is my usual thing to measure against) than that looked and a quick search says is the case.
 

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Personally I liked the Vita's artstyle better.
My only downside with the Vita version is the lag that shows up when you have too many followers, sadly, they never released a patch to fix it.
 

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