Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates launches August 4 in Japan

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Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates

Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates will launch for PS Vita in Japan on August 4 for 7,344 yen at retail or 6,480 yen via download, the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation confirms.

A limited edition will also be available for 9,504 yen.

New characters are also revealed in the magazine:

  • Mimii (voiced by Natsumi Takamori) – A mimic monster girl carrying hidden treasure.
  • Neko (voiced by Kaoru Sakura) – Like the name suggest, she is a cat ear monster girl.
  • Riviera (voiced by Kana Yuuki) – A monster girl aiming at Parute and company.
  • Garnet (voiced by Hisako Tojo) – A glasses-wearing monster girl who protects the ruins.
  • Doroa (voiced by Megumi Toda) – A monster girl who attacks those who enter the unexplored.

The magazine also confirms the voice cast for existing characters:

  • Parute Kairi (voiced by Shizuka Ishigami)
  • Rindo (voiced by Mariko Honda)
  • Sakyura (voiced by Madoka Yonezawa)
  • Waffle (voiced by Sumire Uesaka)
  • Jewel (voiced by Kana Asumi)
  • Poron (voiced by Chinami Hashimoto)
  • Claret (voiced by MAO)

Read more about the game here.

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