Strictly Limited Games Shares Future Releases

Tokyo 42 Screenshot

Strictly Limited Games recently revealed some of their future release plans, which includes Sayonara UmiharaKawase ++ and an unannounced game.

Currently selling through their allocation of Tokyo 42, the two-man operation announced that they will sell one title per month. The will also disclose quantities right away with no prospects of a restock. This means that UmiharaKawase fans have a month to snag a copy before it’s gone forever. Fortunately, the game will be available for download digitally for the PlayStation Vita. The publisher is working with Studio Saizensen to make this release possible, and they even brought in illustrator Toshinobu Kondo to create a new cover art.

Another game that will get Strictly Limited’s treatment is Ryuichi Nishizawa’s previously unreleased game. Nishizawa, recently known as the man behind the Wonder Boy series, worked on an unreleased game that was presumed lost. It’s possible that Strictly Limited may be referring to Tokeijikake no Aquario, an arcade game that was ultimately cancelled back in 1993 after numerous location testing. Nishizawa tweeted in June 2012 that he found the game’s source code but was unsure if it was the complete package.

Strictly Limited Games promised to share more information about their plans in the future, especially about the two titles mentioned. In the meantime, get yours Tokyo 42 orders in soon – there’s only about 260 out of 2,600 copies left.

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