Localized Japanese Indie Games Now Available for Digital Download on Direct2Drive

May 22nd 2009
Indie Games from Japan are Coming to America:
Localized Titles from Japanese Indie Developers ASTRO PORT and Project Windom Available on Direct2Drive

Indie games are getting more attention than ever before, and now we have new comers – from Japan! Indie games studios ASTRO PORT and Project Windom will be the first Japanese studios to release 100% localized indie games this month exclusively on Direct2Drive (http://www.Direct2Drive.com), IGN Entertainment's digital download store.

ASTRO PORT titles include 2D side scroll shooting PC games Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser, Armed Seven and Witch-bot Meglilo; and Project Windom will release an all-English version of its hit 3D first person shooter PC game Ultimate Knight Windom XP.

ASTRO PORT's Supercharged Robot Vulkaiser will be available beginning today, followed by additional titles later this month. Published by indie games CuriousFactory, the games will be available for download exclusively on Direct2Drive at the time of their release.

Direct2Drive Website:
http://www.Direct2Drive.com/

Ultimate Knight Windom XP English Website:
http://www.curiousfactory.com/windomxp/

ASTRO PORT Website:
http://www.interq.or.jp/saturn/takuhama/dhc.html

CuriousFactory Website:
http://www.curiousfactory.com/games/

About CuriousFactory
CuriousFactory is a leading game publisher in the field of indie game publishing. It offers total publishing services for Japanese indie studio such as product localization, PR, distribution, customer support and billing so that a studio can focus on their game development and aim for international marketing at the same time.

About Direct2Drive
Direct2Drive (D2D) is IGN Entertainment's digital download store (http://www.Direct2Drive.com and http://www.Direct2Drive.co.uk). Launched in October 2004, D2D allows consumers to conveniently purchase and download the latest premium PC games, comics and anime titles directly from the Web to their desktops. D2D's AAA roster of leading game publishers includes Atari, Activision, Blizzard Entertainment, Electronic Arts, NCSoft, Rockstar Games, SEGA, Sony Online Entertainment, THQ, 2K Games, Ubisoft and Vivendi Universal Games.

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