Eiyuu Senki Will Have All Of Its Original Voice Acting When It Launches November 24

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Fruitbat Factory is about to release its first game on the North American PlayStation Store. Eiyuu Senki will come to the PlayStation 3 on November 24. Players follow a hero in an alternate reality. After meeting with Himiko, from Zipang, the two set off to take over the world with other heroines who represent legendary figures like King Arthur, Billy the Kid, and Vlad Tepes.


There are over 70 heroines in Eiyuu Senki that can join your army and fight in turn-based battles as you attempt to conquer over 120 cities. Most notable is that Fruitbat Factory was able to keep the original Japanese voice acting, which features performances from over 50 actresses, and they arranged for subtitles in all situations so people can understand the character commentary even during battle. It has also been confirmed that the Japanese, PlayStation 3 version of the game has not been censored for the North American release.


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Eiyuu Senki was originally released for Windows PCs in Japan in 2012. This was an adult release, and a year later it was ported to the PlayStation 3 without the adult content. It was released in English on the European PlayStation Store on November 12.

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