XSEED Announces Little King’s Story PC Port

Thursday, October 15th, 2015

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Little King's Story

It’s still good to be the little King.

More news coming out of the XSEED Games Fall preview event. 2009 Wii title Little King’s Story is heading to the PC. Along with Xanadu Next and Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus, this makes three ports coming to PC platforms.

Originally developed by the now defunct Cing, Little King’s Story starred a young boy who became King of the tiny Kingdom of Alpoko. In order to grow the kingdom, he has to use his citizens to find treasure, save Princesses, defeat baddies, and figure out what’s causing the earthquakes that are happening. It’s kind of like Pikmin, only with humans… and royalty-free music.

The PC port of Little King’s Story will be available next year. It’s currently scheduled for a Windows release. We’ll let you know if Mac OS and Linux ports are in the works. For now, check out the HD images for the game.

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  • Klagmar

    Is this a port of the Vita version? Those screenshots look horrible. What have they done to one of the Wii’s best titles?