Odin Sphere US release info

By Spencer . April 18, 2007 . 12:09pm

Atlus sent an e-mail with Odin Sphere’s release date, May 22nd for North America, which is only five days after the game’s release in a Japan. Another surprise is the US version of Odin Sphere gives players choice on what language they want to hear voiceovers. You can select the new English voices or stick to hearing dialogue in Japanese. Since Odin Sphere is coming out sooner than expected we should have additional coverage about the action/adventure spiritual successor to Princess Crown in the near future.


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  • Simon

    Yay sooo soon May 22… and with voice overs is too cool… cant wait to play it.. just called Ebgames in Canada about it yesterday and they told me it would be May 31.. i guess they didnt update yet.. but yay.. earlier is better ^^

  • jeffx

    Another surprise is the US version of Odin Sphere gives players choice on what language they want to hear voiceovers.

    Amazing!!

  • rootbeerking

    AWESOME! I AM SO HAPPY! pre ordering now!

  • Aoshi00

    I was so sure I would import the Jpn version first, guess there’s no need now. This plus the US FF 1&2 having Jpn option, what great news.

  • Anon

    Good job, Atlus — feeding the Japanophiles, when they’re better off starving.

  • jeffx

    ooooooh someone’s on a MISSION!

  • Roli O.

    That’s pretty awesome.

  • rootbeerking

    I’ve really noticed quite a few RPGs now a days are coming with Japanese voice options… I wonder why this is? (I say this due to games like Odin Sphere, Blue Dragon, and the lot coming out with Japanese and English voice options)

  • Aoshi00

    Usually that’s not the case right? Hm.. for all the Shadow Hearts and Xenosaga, I had to import the Jpn ver. just to hear the original. The others I could think of having dual audios are the first Onimusha (then they ditched it for the 2nd & 3rd), and the Castlevanias on the PS2 (Lament of Innocence and Curse of Darkness), but they’re not RPGs. Guess they do it if there’s enough space on the disc and if they feel like it.

  • EvilAkito

    Awesome, I’m very happy to hear that the Japanese voices will be left in. That’s how I prefer my RPGs.

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