Ghostlight Interactive teases more Japanese games for PC

Japanese RPG and an action game to be announced soon.

Ghostlight Interactive

Ghostlight Interactive, the company that brought Way of the Samurai 4 and Mugen Souls to PC, is teasing more new Japanese titles for PC in 2016.

“Coming up early this year we will be announcing another JRPG for Steam as well as the Japanese action game that we’ve been talking about in recent weeks,” Ghostlight community manager Ross Brierly said in a blog post. “We’ve had a lot of requests to bring this particular title to Steam so I’m sure that a lot of you will be happy to hear about its upcoming Steam release.”

Following these two, there are even more titles to come.

Brierly continued, “Beyond that, we’re also deep in negotiations for quite a few new Japanese titles, primarily to port to PC, and while at this point it’s too early to disclose any details, let me just say that there are quite a few games among them that are really exciting me! Not only are we looking at a few games from a Japanese developer that I’ve been wanting to work with for a long time, but I’ve also been evaluating a Japanese game which – as far as I’m aware – hasn’t even been announced for Japan yet. Exciting!”

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