Seven Pirates H gets English Switch release with physical limited edition

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Publishers Eastasiasoft and Idea Factory, in collaboration with retailer PlayAsia, have announced that the Compile Heart and Felistella RPG Seven Pirates H will receive a physical standard and limited edition English release for the West, launching in spring 2022. This news comes just days after the initial Japanese release was announced for the standalone Genkai Tokki game. Preorders for the standard and limited (to 4,000 copies, to be specific) edition of Seven Pirates H on Switch will begin at Playasia at 10:00 a.m. ET / 3:00 p.m. UK time on Thursday, January 13, and in addition to English, they include a Traditional Chinese localization. The two physical versions will retail for $39.99 and $59.99 respectively, while digital pricing will be announced later.

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Limited edition contents

Seven Pirates H provides a “gigantic dose of fanservice” in its English opening movie, which introduces its scantily clad cast of “monster women” who are on a quest for treasure. There is even a (*takes deep breath*) “Booby Training” system where you control your crew’s bust sizes in order to improve their stats. Young pirate Parute Kairi will lead the monster girls into turn-based combat against “naughty” enemies.

Check out an English plot synopsis and the opening movie for Seven Pirates H below, and then think about if you want to splurge for the limited physical edition:

Join young pirate Parute Kairi and pervy boy monster Otton in an adventure to locate the lost treasures of the Monsupi Sea! Determined to make a legendary name for herself, Parute sets sail with a magic compass and the aid of newfound monster girl companions, but what starts as a raucous romp across uncharted islands gradually reveals something more sinister. Through their colorful encounters with rival pirates and locals in need, Parute and company learn some unsettling truths about the king who governs these waters, all leading to a confrontation that could tear their adorable crew apart!

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John Friscia
Head Copy Editor for Enthusiast Gaming, Managing Editor at The Escapist. I'm a writer who loves Super Nintendo and Japanese role-playing games to an impractical degree. I really miss living in South Korea. And I'm developing the game Boss Saga!