Little King’s Story is a ridiculously under-appreciated little RPG release for the Wii. Released back in 2009, it was compared to games like Pikmin, as the titular Little King, Corobo, directed his minions and Carefree Adults around the countryside of Alpoco.
While it definitely didn’t get the response it deserved, Marvelous Entertainment has confirmed that it is working on a follow-up title, and this time, the land of Alpoco will be appearing on the PlayStation vita.
[img_big]center,3348,2010-11-19/Little_Kings_Story_07_bmp_jpgcopy.jpg,The original Little King’s Story[/img_big]
Andriasang discovered mentions of the game in the newest edition of Famitsu, which includes the Japanese title of the game, translated as The King, The Demon King and the Seven Princesses: New King Story.
This time around though, details are scarce on what to expect. King Corobo is in love with Princess Apricot, and the game will feature new visual stylings. Perhaps the biggest change, however, sees Marvelous handing over publishing duties to Konami.
At this stage, the game’s only been confirmed for a Japanese release, so we’re keeping our fingers crossed that the sequel to Little King’s Story will hop over the oceans for the rest of the world to enjoy too.
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