Deemo: The Last Recital’s Asian Version Is In English

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When some PlayStation console and handheld games are released in Asia, they occasionally receive official English translations. Deemo: The Last Recital, a port of a mobile music game, will be one of those games. When it is released on PlayStation Vita cartridges in Asia next month, Sony says it will have English, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean language options.


In Deemo: The Last Recital, a little girl appears in another dimension where a creature named Deemo resides. She wants to return home, and he finds he can help by playing his piano to make a tree grow that will help her go back. Players advance the story by playing through his songs. The PlayStation Vita version featured an expanded storyline, more music, and voice acting by Ayana Taketatsu.


DEEMO_PremiumEdition When Deemo: The Last Recital is released, it will be available in two versions. The standard edition includes the game and a PlayStation Store download code for Deemo Original Soundtrack Vol. 1. It will be HK$198 (~$26). The HK$398 (~$52) premium edition includes a key chain of the little girl, three pins, a silver metal bookmark, and a IC card sticker.


The Asian version of Deemo: The Last Recital will receive a PlayStation Vita  physical release on January 14 and will be playable on the handheld in any region, due to it being a region-free device. It was originally released on the Asian PlayStation Stores this past June. It is immediately available in English on Apple iOS and Android devices.

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