Langrisser I&II Gets Delayed but a Demo Is Coming; Details on Cast, Limited Edition, Pre-Order Goods

Langrisser I&II full cast list and pre-order goods details are out. Pre-registrations are on for the English version of Langrisser Mobile.

December 20, 2018

Masaya Games, Extreme, and Chara-ani Corporation announced today on Langrisser I&II‘s official site that the game is getting delayed. Initially scheduled to release in Japan on February 7, it will now launch on April 18, 2019. The game was delayed in order to “further improve its quality”. However, to allow players to have an early taste, a demo will be coming. Further details on the demo will be revealed at a later date.

Langrisser I&II, for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, is a game featuring full remakes of Langrisser I and Langrisser II, tactical RPGs which released in 1991 and 1994 respectively. The Langrisser games have already been ported and remade multiple times in the past, and the latest console game in the series is Langrisser Re:Incarnation Tensei, which launched for 3DS in April 2016 in the west. Meanwhile, Langrisser Mobile is coming west in 2019. Pre-registrations for the game are open, and the game’s social media accounts regularly publish new gameplay videos, screenshots, and information.


Langrisser I&II also features new stories compared to the original games, and a new character, Betty, appears in Langrisser I’s story.  Langrisser I&II has character designs by Ar Tonelico‘s Ryou Nagi. The game will be fully voiced as well, with the characters having new voices compared to previous remakes. It’s important to note the voices actors are also different than the ones in the mobile game. Here’s the cast listed on the official site. Bolded names are main characters you can hear voice samples of on the site:

Langrisser I:

  • Ledin: Ryota Iisaka
  • Chris: Ayane Sakura
  • Namu: Yuka Ohtsubo
  • Jessica: Eri Kitamura
  • Volkov: Kenta Sasa
  • Ilzak: Kanehira Yamamoto
  • Lance: Shuuta Morishima
  • Betty: Hisako Toujou
  • Digos: Riki Kagami
  • Lushiris: Saori Hayami
  • Taylor: Ikuto Kanemasa
  • Albert: Junichi Yanagita
  • Hawking: Yuji Kameyama
  • Thorn: Kouji Takeda
  • Xeld: Ryouta Yano
  • Laias: Yu Oomoto
  • Laetitia: Sayaka Senbongi
  • Celia: Haruka Yoshimura

Langrisser II:

  • Elwin: Kodai Sakai
  • Liana: Saori Ohnishi
  • Hein: Hiro Shimono
  • Cherie: Ari Ozawa
  • Rohga: Satoshi Tsuruoka
  • Leon: Shohei Iwase
  • Bernhardt: Motoi Koyanagi
  • Egbert: Kanehira Yamamoto
  • Imelda: Chiaki Takahashi
  • Vargas: Ryunosuke Watanuki
  • Lana: Saori Ohnishi
  • Sonya: Maya Yoshioka
  • Keith: Junichi Yanagita
  • Lester: Daiki Abe
  • Aaron: Kenta Sasa
  • Scott: Daiki Yamashita
  • Laird: Yoshitaka Yamaya
  • Esto: Shiori Izawa
  • Osto: Taishi Nakamura
  • Loren: Ryouta Yano
  • Zorum: Ikuto Kanemasa
  • Morgan: Fujinosuke Ishidatsu
  • Baldo: Ei Mochizuki
  • Eliza: Shiori Izawa
  • Ridel: Yoshiyuki Ito
  • Evanze: Lynn

Other characters:

  • Bozel: Kazuhiko Inoue
  • Chaos: Hitoshi Bifu

One interesting thing to note is that multiple side characters in both games share voice actors, as that must have been cheaper than getting more people. Another interesting thing is that almost all voice actors are affiliated with the Early Wing agency. Game companies often have deals with a voice actor agencies. This happens a lot with anime as well.

The game will also get a Classic Mode DLC which adds BGM from the original games and artwork by legendary artist Satoshi Urushihara, who in the past handled the character design of all the Langrisser series. The Classic Mode DLC will come for free in first print copies of the game, and the digital version will include it as well for a limited time.

The Limited Edition of Langrisser I&II, with a cover by Satoshi Urushihara, will contain the game, a Visual Book, a “Classic Art Collection” artbook, the Classic Mode DLC, and an OST of all the remake’s music and the originals’ music, all by Noriyuki Iwadare.

A “Limited Edition+Cushion cover set”, only available for pre-order on Chara-ani, Ebten and Dengekiya’s online shops was also revealed. It contains the Limited Edition plus an NSFW cushion cover of Cherie, by Satoshi Urushihara. Only customers older than 18 can buy it.

The Ebten online shop proposes a “3D Crystal Set” for both the regular or Limited Edition. It includes an NSFW B3 size tapestry of Liana by Satoshi Urushihara, and a 3D Crystal featuring the same illustration. This can also only be bought by adults.

Dengekiya has a “Special Pack” for both the regular or Limited Edition. It includes a B2 size tapestry of Jessica by Ryou Nagi. Jessica is an iconic and recurrent character in Langrisser games.

WonderGoo has its own “Limited Set”, which includes the game’s Limited Edition, a B2 tapestry of Namu and Chris by Ryou Nagi, a tapestry featuring new character Betty and a Mini Cushion, both by Satoshi Urushihara.

Lastly, each shop has specific pre-order bonuses.

  • Chara Ani: Shikishi featuring Liana by Satoshi Urushihara along with his autograph, and another Shikishi with Ryou Nagi’s autograph. The Limited Edition+cushion cover set has a third Shikishi.
  • Amazon Japan: Shikishi featuring Cherie by Satoshi Urushihara along with his autograph, and another Shikishi with Ryou Nagi’s.
  • Sofmap: B2 tapestry featuring Liana and Cherie by Ryou Nagi, only for pre-orders of the Limited Edition
  • WonderGoo: B2 tapestry featuring Namu and Chris by Ryou Nagi, only for pre-orders of the Limited Edition
  • Geo: A4 clear file featuring Sonya by Ryou Nagi
  • Takarajima: A4 microfiber cloth featuring Liana and Lana by Ryou Nagi
  • AmiAmi: Acrylic stand of Liana
  • Imagine: Poster featuring Chris
  • Neowing: Postcard featuring Cherie

Sample art for the goods in the Limited Edition, the NSFW Cherie cushion cover, the shop specific packs, and the pre-orders goods are included in the gallery below. They’re listed in the same order I’ve described them above. Again, keep in mind before browsing the gallery that some goods are NSFW.

The Langrisser I&II remake was announced back in August. You can watch the game’s first trailer here. The game wasn’t announced in the west as of now.

Iyane Agossah

Living near Paris, Iyane (He/Him) is the head of Japanese content at DualShockers. He speaks Japanese, has been loving anime and Japanese games for over 25 years and plays Genshin Impact for its story and exploration. You can reach him on Twitter at @A_iyane07.

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