Eastasiasoft to release Seven Pirates H on Nintendo Switch in 2022 with Physical Edition via Play-Asia

Eastasiasoft, in partnership with retailer Play-Asia and Japanese publisher Idea Factory, have announced that they will release Seven Pirates H, otherwise known in Japan as Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates H, digitally and physically onto the Nintendo Switch later this year.

The digital version of Seven Pirates H will be available worldwide through the Nintendo eShop, with Eastasiasoft handling Asia, Europe and North America while Idea Factory will handle the Japanese release. The eastasiasoft released will feature English and Traditional Chinese localization and a physical edition of Seven Pirates H will be available exclusively through Play-Asia with a Limited Edition also planned. Pre-orders for this will begin on 13th January 2022, with 4000 Limited Editions available at US$59.99. Standard copies will be open pre-order at US$39.99.

Seven Pirates H, otherwise known in Japan as Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates H, originally saw life in Japan as Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates on the PlayStation Vita and is a sexy/ecchi styled JPRG that combines visual novel elements with 3D turn-based combat. Despite offering cute visuals and colourful characters the game has remained a Japanese only release, that is until today’s announcement. The Nintendo Switch release of Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates will retain all of the original functionalities, but enhanced with updated visuals, HD Rumble Support and all previously released downloadable content in the base.

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!

Seven Pirates H is a traditional RPG focused on exploration and discovery with a gigantic dose of fanservice thrown in! As Parute, you’ll command your party of monster girls in combat against naughty enemies, exploiting weaknesses to gain the upper hand in turn-based combat. Adventure across islands in 3D and ride Otton to reach secret areas, gather items and enhance your abilities as you level up! With the special “Booby Training” system, you can control the bust size of the all-female crew for stat boosts, bigger for increased power and defense or smaller for improved speed and agility!

Key Features:

– Discover a stand-alone chapter in the acclaimed Genkai Tokki series!
– Explore islands and their surrounding waters in search of legendary treasure.
– Take on enemies in turn-based combat enhanced with Auto mode and other special features.
– Play bust-enhancing mini-games to control the attributes of your all-female crew!
– Upgrade stats and skills, accept side quests and more as you brave treacherous dungeons.
– Enjoy colorful high-definition 3D presentation, fully voiced characters and loads of fanservice!

Seven Pirates H will be released digitally and physically onto the Nintendo Switch in Spring 2022, with physical editions through Play-Asia, and a release date will be confirmed in the near future. In the meantime be sure to check out the opening movie below.

About Scott Emsen
Scott is the Founder and Executive Editor of AnimeBlurayUK but in the past he has produced content for ZOMGPlay, Rice Digital and Funstock and was once a Community Moderator for the Nokia N-Gage forums. Based in the UK, he loves anything related to Games & Anime and in In his spare time you'll mostly find him playing on one of his many gaming consoles; namely the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.

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