Announced through a not-so-sneaky invite email, NIS America is planning some key Steam reveals for their annual event in San Francisco come Fabruary 17.
Closed to everyone but the press, their yearly event always comes with an invite email teasing what's about to go down - though we only know what they'll announce something for Steam. We don't know how many will come, or what they'll be for sure.
Wanting to kick off 2017 with their biggest show ever, it's safe to say the inclusion of continued PC releases over the years means the publisher has more games for more platforms in development than ever before.
In the past couple of years, the niche publisher has brough many key Japanese titles over to the Western audience. Once fixated on PlayStation hardware with the occasional Nintendo/Microsoft release, titles like Disgaea, Yomawari, Cladun and Criminal Girls have seen PC ports stem from their original source material. With Disgaea 2 having launched just a few days ago, they still have Psycho-Pass, Cladun Returns, Birthdays the Beginning and A Rose in the Twilight already up for Steam release in the future, so with so much on the plate already, it's surprising to hear there's still more to come.
But, like always, we'll have to wait a little longer to know exactly what they're teasing here. It's been some time since we last saw a Steam database leak give some things away, so we'll likely be going in dark.