We wouldn’t be surprised if you haven’t heard of this series or the developer team Ruby Party. They are a team that unfortunately have never been given the chance to see light in the Western market. Normally focusing on Otome, or games for girls in general, they have worked on quite a lot of titles mainly for handhelds such as Sony’s PSP and PS Vita.
Harukanaru Toki no Naka De 6 DX is a deluxe edition of the 6th entry to the Harukanaru Toki no Naka De series that also includes the additional title Harukanaru Toki no Naka De 6 Gentou Rondo in one complete package. Below you can see the full details of what the game offers:
Haruka 6 and Gentou Rondo Appear as One on Nintendo Switch!
-Haruka 6, the latest entry in the Haruka series, makes its debut on Switch. Play Harukanaru Toki no Naka De 6 and Harukanaru Toki no Naka De 6: Gentou Rondo in a single package. Whether it is on the big screen or the TV, or outside on the go… Enjoy each scene anywhere, anytime.
19 Illustrated Event Stills Added!
-19 new stills* have been added. And existing graphics have been made high resolution, bringing the love of another world to clearer life. (*Includes early pre-order bonus event stills.)
Over 30 New Events, including “Scruffy Boys Party,” “Tomobe Saw!,” and more!
-New events like the all-character event “Scruffy Boys Party” and the new stills-featuring event “Tomobe Saw!” are also included. The Haruka 6 early pre-order bonus novel “Prologue Story: The Previous Night” has also been made into a game event and Gentou Rondo‘s downloadable content has been fully voiced.
For those unaware, Harukanaru Toki no Naka De is a Romance Adventure series, always focused on a young woman from present day being magically transported back to past times where she becomes the chosen priestess. Then she is tasked to fight back the oni demons alongside warriors of the time. The game offers turn based strategy gameplay along with Visual Novel elements, including the ability to fall for one (of eight) of the characters of the game.
The game is scheduled to release March 14th 2019 in Japan, though it is unlikely it will receive a western release. Note that the Nintendo Switch is Region Free so for those interested you can still import the game. Though we did receive our first look to Ruby Party with the collaboration in Warriors All-Stars, featuring the characters Darius and Hajime Arima, both featured from this entry in the series.
What are your thoughts on this series making it’s way to the Switch? Would you like to see KOEI Tecmo give Ruby Party a shot in the West? Let us know in those comments!