Of Rice and Smash is getting a digital manga adaptation



Additional adventures of the harvest goddess
Sakuna: Of Rice and Smash is proving to be fairly a profitable IP, regardless of the model’s humble origins — The magical farming journey just lately introduced that it managed to accrue over a million gross sales, and has launched a enjoyable merchandising line, which incorporates Nendoroids, collectible figurines, a spin-off novel, and now, a brand new digital manga adaptation.
Launching in Japan on November 26, Sakuna: Of Rice and Smash – Gods of Ikusadatara will inform of the mischievous harvest goddess’s additional exploits inside Hinoe Island. The story, penned by Jiji & Pinch, will see Sakuna encounter mysterious twin infants whereas out toiling within the fields, a discovery that may finally lead her on a model new journey. Writer Marvelous shall be on-hand to make sure the manga stays true to Sakuna’s… erm… roots. No pun supposed.
Sakuna: Of Rice and Smash – Gods of Ikusadatara is one in every of numerous free digital manga being launched to have fun the tenth anniversary of publishing platform Hero. Sadly, it seems presently that the Sakuna manga will solely be launched in Japanese, however hopefully, a translation will ultimately arrive — both through official localization or the tireless work of the fansub group.
As for the sport itself, developer Edelweiss beforehand famous that there are not any plans for any future DLC. However with the title’s spectacular gross sales and this continued advertising drive, it appears a on condition that the harvest goddess will ultimately return.

Chris Moyse

Senior Editor – Chris has been taking part in video video games because the Nineteen Eighties. Former Saturday Night time Slam Grasp. Graduated from Galaxy Excessive with honors.