Eiyuu Senki Gets European Release Date

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Fruitbat Factory has announced that their tactical RPG/visual novel Eiyuu Senki: The World Conquest will be released on November 12 in Europe, Australia and New Zealand for the PlayStation 3. A North America release date will follow closely after.

That company has this to say about the game:

Featuring over 70 characters by renowned artist Oyari Ashito and other industry stars, Eiyuu Senki – The World Conquest was developed by TENCO and published on PlayStation 3 in Japan by MAGES. label 5pb.Games.

In Eiyuu Senki – The World Conquest, the player finds themselves in an alternate world populated with famous characters of history and legend – who also all happen to be beautiful maidens – and must fight their way to world domination.

“While playing this game, you should always keep this in mind: ‘All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.’ So sit back and enjoy a lot of coincidences.” comments Ozhan Sen, art lead

Game Features:

• 70+ stunning heroines to lead your armies and quest with

• 120+ cities to conquer across the world

• Tactical turn based battles with countless skills, items and enemies to master

• Fully Japanese story and battle voices by over 50 famous voice actors

• An all-new battle voice display to show character commentary in English

“The character commentary, including their battle voices, is something we put a lot of effort into. We wanted to preserve the original voices while letting everyone enjoy the banter without having to understand Japanese. I’m proud of how it turned out and hope the fans will enjoy it as well.” says Jakke Elonen, project lead.

Eiyuu Senki: The World Conquest will release on PSN for €39.99.