Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin taught me some things. I learned about historical farming methods. I learned why people tend to sing while we work. Most importantly, however, I learned that some games are worth the wait, and that they still have the ability to surprise.
It’s been over a year since I demoed Sakura: Of Rice and Ruin at E3 2019, and I’m excited to see we finally have a Nintendo Switch release date. XSEED has announced that the action/simulation game from Edelweiss will be available November 10th in retail and digital editions.