Get a first listen at the game’s English localization.
Vanillaware’s 13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim became something of a legendary game in its lengthy development. The game had a very rocky cycle and was in danger of never seeing the light of day at one point. But ultimately, the team managed to pull through and released the critically acclaimed title last year in Japan. This month, western audiences will finally be able to get their hands on the mech-based title, and today we got a listen to what its English will sound like.
Sega Europe, the parent company to publisher Atlus, released a new trailer for the game entitled Dreams or Reality. It highlights the English dub for the first time since it was announced the title would get a localization. Despite being dubbed for English, it seems they chose to leave in certain Japanese, like the honorifics the language is known for, such as “-chan” and “-kun,” which indicates character’s social standing or their relationship to another character. You can check it out below.
13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim will release exclusively on the PlayStation 4 on September 22nd. You can get a load of the game’s tactical based combat through here. The game’s English dub will not be available at launch, but will come later as part of a free update.