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RPG Comedy Seven Pirates H Sails West for Nintendo Switch This Spring

RPG comedy Seven Pirates H is sailing west and heading for Nintendo Switch this Spring!

The title will be reaching its destination in Spring 2022 with physical copies available for pre-order later this week, this was announced through a collaboration between eastasiasoft and Playasia. This release will be a brand new port of the next standalone entry in the Genkai Tokki RPG series from Idea Factory. It’ll also come with all previously released DLC from the original Japan-only PS Vita release along with an enhanced HD presentation.

This will be the first time that Seven Pirates H will be available to players outside of Japan, this follows the Western release of Moero Crystal H coming to Nintendo Switch. The developers have added English and traditional Chinese localisation for new players.

The story will follow young pirate Parute as she enlists the help of monster girls on her quest to discover legendary treasures. Seven Pirates H is a traditional JRPG that has a focus on exploration and the discovery of hidden treasures. As Perute, you’ll take control of their party of monster girls as they fight against dangerous enemies, picking apart their weaknesses to gain the upper hand in turn-based combat. The exploration takes place across 3D islands as you gather booty and enhance your abilities as you level up.

Seven Pirates H is developed by Compile Heart and Felistella, it was published for its original release and is being ported for Nintendo Switch. Digital pricing will be revealed at a later date, pre-orders for the physical editions will open with Playasia at 11:00pm Hong Kong (10:00am ET / 3:00pm UK) this Thursday, 13th of January. Only 4,000 Limited Editions will be available at $59.99 and standard copies will be available to pre-order at $39.99.

Carl Mcfadyen

Carl Mcfadyen

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