Fallen Legion’s Major Update Adds Japanese Voiceovers On PS4 And PS Vita Releases

By Sato . July 18, 2018 . 1:00am

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YummyYummyTummy, the studio of Siliconera’s very own founder Spencer, announced that Fallen Legion is celebrating its one year anniversary with a massive update that adds Japanese voiceovers.

 

In the massive update that is now live, Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire on PS4 and Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion on PS4 and PS Vita are getting Japanese voiceovers.

 

Cast includes Shizuka Ishigami as Princess Cecille, Hidenori Takahashi as Legatus Laendur, Kengo Kawanishi as the Grimoire, and Ai Kakuma as Antoinette.

 

You can check out a couple trailers featuring Japanese voiceovers below, starting with Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire

 

 

And here’s one for Fallen Legion: Flames of Rebellion:

 

Players will get to switch between Japanese or the original English voiceovers that features Xanthe Huynh as Princess Cecille, Darrel Delfin as Legatus Laendur, and more through the settings menu.

 

Moreover, the update has fine-tuned Fallen Legion’s core codebase to improve performance on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita.

 

Fallen Legion is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch, and PC.


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