There may not be a solid release date for the European version of Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward, but pre-orders have certainly been available for quite some time. 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors has gained itself quite the cult following, so it was no surprise that there would be plenty of interest in the sequel for the PS Vita and 3DS.
All of this considered, it seems strange that Rising Star Games would leave it until this point to mention that the European copy of the game will not have the English audio track that the North American version has. Instead, the game will only have the Japanese audio (as opposed to the NA version having both), opting for subtitles instead.
I've had my own pre-order in for a few days now, but while I personally don't care much for an English audio track, there are certainly people that do. Luckily for them they could still import the North American copy of the PS Vita version, but dub-lovers looking for the 3DS version may be in for an unfortunate surprise.
Deal breaker? Likely not, but it's a shame nonetheless.
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