Nyu Media announced that it has teamed up with Capcom to localize and publish a series of Japanese doujin PC games for western audiences.

The Capcom partnership follows up on Nyu Media's previously announced plans to bring a string of diverse Japanese titles to Windows platforms. Games announced for release under the partnership include atelier773's adventure game Cherry Tree High Comedy Club, the arcade-styled shooter Ether Vapor Remaster and brawler Fighting Fairy from Edelweiss, and Tennen Sozai's bullet-hell shooters eXceed 2nd and eXceed 3rd.

"We're delighted to partner with Capcom to give these titles the attention and breadth of distribution they so richly deserve, and also to legitimize the indie gaming community as a whole," said Nyu Media founder Seon King. "In addition to being available on the major digital distribution services, the games' accessible pricing will make it easier than ever for gamers to enjoy the games and support the indie developers."

The first title in Nyu Media's publishing initiative -- a localized version Astro Port's horizontally scrolling shooter Satazius -- will debut December 20th as a digital download via Steam, GamersGate, Direct-2-Drive, Impulse, and other distribution services. Satazius will be priced at $5.99.