Atlus's Citizens of Earth Gets A More Electable Release With A New November Release

By Shawn Collier on August 15, 2014, 10:11PM EDT

Atlus USA and Eden Industries interesting twist on the classic JRPG-inspired gameplay, Citizens of Earth, which was originally set for an October release in North America and Europe will be moved slightly back to a more electable month: November.

The Vice President of the World has to get his hands dirty in order to save the world in Citizens of Earth. But not literally, because an unkempt manicure would ruin his Vice Presidential image. So what does he have to do? Recruit the populace to fight his fights for him!

But the masses won't come easily - it has after all, been quite a while since "ask not what your country can do for you" was taken seriously. So in order to build out his political party, he'll have to deliver on some campaign promises. Whether it's rescuing and finding cats for the Cat Lady, shelling out a few bucks for the Homeless Guy, or corroborating some dubious evidence for the Conspiracy Guy, the Vice President is going to have to come through with his campaign.

Citizens of Earth will be released sometime in November 2014 in North America and Europe. It will be available digitally for $14.99 in North America on the PS4, Nintendo Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, PlayStation Vita and PC, with the European pricing still to be determined. Until then, check out some new media release by the publisher today below.

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