Rising Star Games Is Now Ten Years Old

Celebrates with new brush logo and a promise

Hertfordshire-based game publisher Rising Star Games, the “home of Japanese games,” is celebrating its ten-year anniversary. The company’s announcement page features a splashy minute-long montage video and details how Rising Star is celebrating with events and announcements on the tenth of every month in what’s left of 2014, starting in autumn.

Rising Star Games specializes in bringing Japanese games to the West, and has published over one hundred titles in its ten years of existence. The games Rising Star has brought to Nintendo platforms include the delightful slash-‘em-up No More Heroes, the ambitious horror visual novel Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward, the renowned otome Hakuoki: Memories of the Shinsengumi, and fashion magazine intern simulator Girls’ Fashion Shoot.

Like the new logo on the company’s site? Have any Rising Star favourites not mentioned here? Looking forward to the next tenth of the month? Let us know in the comments.

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