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Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers Gets European and South American Release


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Saint Seiya games are somewhat of a hidden gem as far as North America is concerned, mainly because the games tend to skip North America and head straight to Europe everytime a Japanese release is ported to English. Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers seems to be following in the same mold, as the announcement that it’s going to get an English release is tempered with the news that it will only be making its way to Japan, Europe, and South America this fall.

It seems like diehard fans will have to get their fill of the Cosmos once again by importing a copy, like they did in the past, once Namco Bandai releases Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers later this year.


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