Jack Jeanne Heading to Switch in English in 2023

Jack Jeanne Heading to Switch in English in 2023

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At New Game Plus Expo, Aksys announced it is handling the English release of the Switch otome game Jack Jeanne. It also offered a release window for the game. It will show up outside Japan in 2023. As a reminder, it first debuted in Japan back in March 2021.

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We did already know that an English version of Jack Jeanne was in the works, thanks to Broccoli confirming the Switch release. It first ended up teased back in 2019. Then in the middle of March 2022, English and Traditional Chinese localizations were confirmed. However, no release window was offered and it was unknown which company would be handling the localization and publishing duties.

Jack Jeanne is both a Switch otome game and rhythm game. This is because the heroine, Kisa Tachibana, is attempting to pursue the dream of becoming an actor and attending the school her brother did. Except he went to an all-boys school. She does still have a chance to go. However, she must hide that she is a woman and get the leading part in the final play. Along the way, she’ll potentially fall in love with her fellow students and build up her stats to earn the part. Also, as a reminder, Tokyo Ghoul series creator Sui Ishida is behind the game.

Here’s the English trailer for the otome game.

Jack Jeanne is available on the Nintendo Switch in Japan and will appear in English worldwide in 2023.

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