Fruitbat Factory's localization of Tenco's Eiyuu Senki: The World Conquest has its sights set on global domination, and is now one step closer with a firm North American release date. On November 24, 2015, English-speaking players will get a first taste of the game available in Japan since 2013.
On the localization, Jakke Elonen, president of Fruitbat, had this to say: "We’re keeping the original Japanese audio in the game. Eiyuu Senki has more than 40 famous voice actresses who pull off stellar roles, so replacing them was hardly an option." To maintain the integrity of the strategy RPG's influences, the studio is incorporating on-screen text boxes to convey the dialog both during narrative exposition as well as battles, player feedback, etc.
Available as a digitial download only, Eiyuu Senki will be priced at $39.99, and will average between fifty and a hundred hours of gameplay, according to Elonen's response to a commenter's query. Before closing, he provides assurances to players that the North American localization, releasing exclusively on PlayStation 3, will feature the same content as the uncensored Japanese console version.