Citizens of Earth Gets A Big Patch

By Shawn Collier on April 19, 2015, 7:23PM EDT

Eden Industries and Atlus's Citizens of Earth released back in January, but that hasn't stopped the Vice President of the World from going out on the election trail as the game has just received a new patch on all platforms.

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.

Outside of some general stability and crash fixes, there's also some new additions added in the latest update. Applicable to all versions of the game is a new retro chiptune soundtrack menu option filled with tons of 16-bit era goodness. For the PS4/Vita versions of the game, Cross Save and Remote Play has been improved stability-wise. Lastly, the PlayStation TV now has full compatibility with the game.

For more details on the rest of the changes, they can be found below:

General Patch Details

  • Minor bug fixes
  • Crash/stability fixes
  • Reduced encounters in Casino Canyon
  • Added checkpoint in Casino Canyon
  • Added Retro soundtrack


  • Added Remote Play support
  • Added Cross-Save support

Wii U

  • Loading times halved

PS Vita

  • Added Remote Play support
  • Added Cross-Save support
  • Added PSTV support
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