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Say Hello to the Maids of Akiba’s Beat in New Trailer

[embedded content] There’s less than a week until the May 16 Western release of Akiba’s Beat for the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita and XSEED has released a new trailer showcasing the game’s roster of maids. Here’s a quick description of the game’s maids: When every day is Sunday and the streets of Akihabara lead to “Delusionscapes” filled with monsters, maids can be your greatest guides. Once you’ve convinced them to join you, they’ll alert you to whatever’s nearby – treasure, enemies, Delusionscapes, the works! If you’re lucky, they might even help you out a little in battle. Maid Characters’ English Voice Cast Moé Suzumori – played by Alexis Tipton Yoshino Saionji – played by Lauren Landa Kanata Saotome – played by Karen Strassman …and more? Akiba’s Beat is the third entry in the Akiba series of games and the first to feature a JRPG style of gameplay. It was originally released in Japan in December of last year. Akiba’s Beat comes out in North America and Europe on May 16 and May 19, respectively, for the PS4 and PS Vita. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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Akiba’s Beat English Dub is the Biggest in XSEED’s History, Cast Revealed

At the AkibaFest this weekend, XSEED Games confirmed that its upcoming action RPG, Akiba’s Beat, will be getting an English dub and dual voice. Apparently, this will be the “biggest” dub in the company’s history with almost 22,000 loops. We’re also told that a vast majority of the dialog will be voiced. “We worked with tons of talented to make this happen,” wrote XSEED. The cast is as follows: Asahi Tachibana – Chris Patton Saki Hoshino – Erica Mendez Riyu Momose – Tia Ballard Yamato Hongo – Robbie Daymond Kotomi Sanada – Cherami Leigh Kuehn Reiji Shinomiya – Edward Bosco Mizuki Aihara – Ray Chase Pinkun – Brittney Karbowski Boss – Mick Wingert Kanon – Todd Haberkorn And this is just scratching the surface since there are at least 180 voiced roles, according to Localization Editor Kris Knigge who also revealed that he’s been working on the project for the past two months. Perhaps, that’s one of the reasons why the game was delayed to Q1 2017. [Source: Kris Knigge, XSEED Games (Twitter)] READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!