Set during the tail end of Japan’s Warring States period, in this Visual Novel the player controls the fate of the young feudal warlord, Kobayakawa Hideaki.
As Hideaki you must navigate the troubling political machinations between the Second Korean Invasion (1597) and the Sekigahara Campaign (1600).
Deluxe Edition includes Soundtrack and Digital Art Book.
Hey everyone, Sickle Upon Sekigahara has been out for 420 years now! Err…no wait, that’s not right. So then why are we doing a 420th Anniversary sale? Oh, right, because the event that the game is named after, the Battle of Sekigahara, occurred on October 21, 1600. So since October 21, 2020 would be theContinue reading “Sekigahara 420th Anniversary Sale”
Hey all, if you’re interested in picking up the Itch version, or the Deluxe Edition, now’s a great time. From now until Jul 9th, 2020 – The Sickle Upon Sekigahara will be available for 15% off. Both the Regular and Deluxe Editions are on sale. Great time to pick up the Deluxe Edition and getContinue reading “Itch Summer 2020 Sale!”
Yes, it is finally the day. The Sickle Upon Sekigahara is available for sale on Steam and Itch. Sadly the pandemic crushed our ability to get everything arranged with Steam in time, so the Deluxe Edition and the special features are not available on Steam, yet. We are still working on them, though and willContinue reading “The Sickle Upon Sekigahara: For Sale Now!”
There’s a lot of downtime to this stage of game-making wherein you have to wait for other people to respond to you, wait for trailers and blooper videos to render, and so forth. During said downtime we came up with the idea to make some wallpapers that double as conference call backgrounds for all youContinue reading “The Sickle Upon Sekigahara: Wallpapers”
Founded in 2014 as a husband-wife joint operation to develop independent games the lovely couple have released a handful of small games for competitions and jams.
So where does the name Nic3Ntertainment come from? Irony, mostly. The husband-wife duo are linguistic purists who used ‘leetspeak’ ironically and one day, they saw a box at work labeled ‘Nic3’. No idea what the box was for (it was filled with Cat5 cables) but it started an inside joke of using the box as a landmark, the ‘Nice Box’.
Cue trainees being taken into the room and getting the line, “Oi, innit a nice box, mate?” So when it came time to name their company, they decided to call it Nice Entertainment…or in leetpseak, Nic3Ntertainment with both words sharing the leet ‘e’. And then just to confound things more, they pronounce it Nick-Three-Entertainment.
So there’s that story for you.
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