Eiyuu Senki Has Been Officially Released on PSN for the PAL Region

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Fruitbat Factory, Ltd. have recently announced the launch of Eiyuu Senki – The World Conquest for digital download on PSN for Europe, Australia and New Zealand. You can purchase the game here; the game costs £32.99/€39.99/AU$59.95.

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

“We are grateful to the fans who have supported us on the quest to bring Eiyuu Senki – The World Conquest to English-speaking audiences. We’ve gone all out on this game, and hope they will like what they see. The world conquest begins here!” comments Jakke Elonen, Project Lead.

The game’s official website has also been updated on the game’s characters featuring voice samples which you can check out here.

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