The 3rd Birthday trailer arrives in English

ayaWe've been putting our context clues powers to much test for every The 3rd Birthday video that comes to us all the way from Japan. That's all about to end now, though, with this launch trailer right here -- in full, glorious, understandable English.

 

 

 

We've been putting our context clues powers to much test for every The 3rd Birthday video that comes to us all the way from Japan. That's all about to end now, though, with this launch trailer right here -- in full, glorious, understandable English.

 

 

 

 

 

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The video being in English is not the only thing that will get you geared up with excitement. You'll also be seeing Aya Brea flaunting some new fantastic moves, thanks to her mitochondrial powers. Did we mention that she likes to shoot things? A lot. Like, anything and everything. 

 

 

 

For some reason, though, I still find myself getting lost in translation, despite the lack of the language barrier. You'll have to see it for yourself right here to get what I mean:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Okay, having had a look at it again, it was probably the J-pop renditions and the melodramatic narrative of it all that's got me scratching my head in bemused confusion. Nonetheless, that's just a three minute portion of what we will actually be seeing in the game, so while it does matter, it shouldn't be all that should matter to you.

 

 

 

 

Although I bet you would have preferred to just see the shower scene again, wouldn't you? The 3rd Birthday has just been recently dated for Eruope, to come out on April Fool's Day, April 1st. It's not going to be a joke of a release, though, that's for sure, as Square Enix is also rolling out a Twisted Edition to accompany the retail copy of the game. 

 

 

 

The 3rd Birthday has been released way back in December (22nd, to be exact) in Japan, while North America is epected to get it in their hands this March 29th. Europe will be getting it last.