Family-friendly developer and publisher Natsume has announced its E3 line-up, and it's surprisingly RPG-centric. Two days ago we posted a news story for Harvest Moon: The Lost Valley, the next installment to the popular farming simulation franchise. This will be the first fully 3D Harvest Moon title to appear on the Nintendo 3DS.
Two more RPGs of interest that Natsume will have playable at the show are End of Serenity and Alphadia Genesis, both which are developed by Kemco. We've discussed End of Serenity before, but to recap it is a turn-based RPG that will be available on the PlayStation Network sometime this summer.
As for Alphadia Genesis, this 3D turn-based RPG is set to release on the Wii U, though no release date has been announced at this time. The game tells the tale of a local guild member named Fray, and a knight named Corone, who are are thrust into each others lives during a political uprising.
All three games will be at next week's E3 showing, along with some of Natsume's newest mobile titles. No release dates have been announced for any of these RPGs, but we hope to have new information as E3 rolls out.