Jack Jeanne – the visual novel and rhythm game featuring works by Tokyo Ghoul creator Sui Ishida – is finally getting an English and traditional Chinese localization after publisher Broccoli first expressed interest in the idea back in 2019.
In an announcement on Twitter, the publisher confirmed that while the game’s voice acting and songs will remain in Japanese, English and Chinese text will be added to the game to expand its reach to new users.
The game stars Kisa Tachibana, a young woman who enrolls in disguise at an all-boys school. Through rhythmic gameplay across the game’s many musical numbers, you must help Kisa achieve fame while maintaining her disguise.
No release date is currently set, but since the game is already out in Japan, we can’t imagine its launch being too far away.
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https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2022/03/quirky-rhythm-game-jack-jeanne-gets-a-long-overdue-western-localisation Quirky rhythm game Jack Jeanne is getting a long overdue Western localization