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Falcom Weekly Special – Week of 10/5/2015 – Falcom Action RPG Set

Tokyo Xanadu may have only been out for a week, but as people begin to finish the game, they may be interested in other action RPGs developed by Falcom. This set brings together three great titles that are outside of the company’s usual flagship series. Gurumin Super Price Edition (Originally for 2200 yen) Brandish the …

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Gurumin Available on Steam on March 30


Mastiff has announced that Gurumin will be available for purchase on Steam on March 30th. There are still no details on price, but Mastiff also promises to have more details on the game soon.

Falcom LINE Stamps vol. 4 / Gurumin Released


Obsessed with Line? You can add a Gurumin collection to your stamp now. These stamps feature many of the characters, and are going for 50 coins in the app, and $.99 on the website. LINE is a mobile instant messaging application that lets you talk to people in groups or individually, and litter your conversations …

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Gurumin Up For Greenlight on Steam


Gurumin, Falcom’s wild comedy ‘drill adventure’ game, is finally coming to Steam. Currently, it is a greenlight title, but if we spread the word, we can drum up enough interest to show that fans want more Falcom games on the digital storefront. The game, ported to the PSP in Japan in 2006, and in North …

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Gurumin Original Soundtrack Available Digitally on Amazon


The original soundtrack for Gurumin is now available on Amazon for digital purchase. As always, the links in this article are for Amazon.com, but as Falcom is making these available on multiple regions of Amazon (by posting them on Amazon.co.jp), if you can’t purchase digital albums from the US site, then check your own region- …

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Production for Gurumin PC Ended – Final Inventory with Falcom’s Online Store


Falcom has posted on twitter that the production of the PC version of Gurumin has ended. The inventory that they currently have is it. The PC version of Gurumin has a slightly different combat system, based on following the rhythm of the game’s music. If you haven’t had the opportunity to play and are interested …

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