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Luminous Arc Infinity Release Date and Box Art Reveal
The voice cast has been announced also!
04.07.15 - 5:11 PM

According to a recent issue of Famitsu, the strategy RPG Luminous Arc Infinity will be releasing on August 6th for the PlayStation Vita. This article also announced the voice cast for the title.

  • Seed voiced by Nobuhiko Okamoto

  • Aqua voiced by Yuu Serizawa

  • Joker voiced by Aoi Yuki

  • Brigitta voiced by Maaya Uchida

  • Pulse voiced by Misaki Kuno

  • Faylan voiced by Satomi Arai

  • Violet voiced by Yukana

  • Rana voiced by Ayaka Ohashi

  • Hinka voiced by Ayane Sakura

  • Kasumi voiced by Aya Uchida

  • Caracalla voiced by Yuki Ono

  • Raj Sole voiced by Michihiro Ikemizu

In edition, Amazon Japan has put up the box art for the game, as well as a picture of the CD soundtrack that will be coming with first print editions of the game. You can check them out below.

Luminous Arc Infinity will retail in Japan for 6,800 Yen or approximately 57 US dollars.


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