Info of each game:
Kaiho Shojo by Suda51
-3D mecha shooter
=uses the touchscreen
-features animation by Bones (Fullmetal Alchemist)
President Shoko, the second president of New Japan takes matters into her own hand. Using her Kaihoki (Liberation Machine) Kamui, an 11 foot winged mech, she face off against the enemy.
Shoko is the shojo, or girl of the title. She’s just a highschool student, but managed to become president anyway. Her father was the first president, but he was assassinated.
Rental Bukiya de Omasse by Yoshiyuki Hirai
“To aid in your business, you have access to a tool called ‘Donai Natter.’ This communication device shows messages indicating if the adventurer has successfully achieved his goal, so you’ll know if you’ll get your rental gear back. The device also indicates when the local bakery is having a sale, for instance.”
Air Porter by Yoot Saito
“The game encourages smart management by rewarding you with combos. When you make a plane take off on time, this leads to a plane being able to land on time, resulting in a combo.
Perform your job well, and your airport rating will grow. You’ll get more passengers, and more money as a result, and you’ll be able to purchase new planes and parts and expand your airport grounds. Eventually, you may even be asked to handle an arrival and departure from Air Force One. Do this successfully, and you’ll get the highest rating.”
Crimson Shroud by Yasumi Mtasuno:
“Based off the text of the game’s prologue, it looks like you play as a ‘Chaser,’ someone who’s skilled at finding people. The prologue also mentions the ‘Crimson Shroud’ of the title, but does not say what it is.
The prologue also hints that the game is set 1,000 years in the past in a world without magic. The game’s story will apparently tell how magic became commonplace in the world.”
thoughts from Tiny Cartridge:
"Kaiho Shojo - Dat Bones animation. Love the music, but I wish wish we saw more gameplay.
Rental Bukiya de Omasse - Looks very cheap…
Air Porter - No idea what’s going on with this footage of the airport luggage simulator, but LOL at the Seaman figure behind Yoot Saito.
Crimson Shroud - Looks like dice will play a lot into this Yasumi Matsuno game — perhaps this will be a tabletop RPG-style experience?"