Publisher NIS America has shared official English translations for the vocal songs in the Furyu developed, The Caligula Effect 2. Both Caligula Effect titles have much of their identities tied to their music, so having official translations for at least the sequel’s songs is highly welcome to better inform English fans of their deeper meanings and artistic intentions.
The following 9 songs have received translations:
- “Eternal Silver” by Kemu
- “Alter Garden” by Ayase
- “Swap Out” by Police Piccadilly
- “Q-Ai Senorita” by Kairiki bear
- “Designed Desires” by nulut
- “Simply Praying” by Neru
- “Miss Conductor” by TSUMIKI
- “XXXX/XX/XX” by [email protected]
- “SINGI” by sasakure.UK
You can view the translations for these songs on NIS America’s blog.
The Caligula Effect 2 introduces players to a virtuadoll named Regret, who has created the world of Redo to save people from their past regrets by unknowingly imprisoning them in a simulation. However, this “paradise” is shaken to the core when a virtual idol named χ breaks into Regret’s virtual reality and restores a high school student’s memories of the real world. In order to escape Redo, they re-establish the Go-Home Club, a resistance group that seeks to fight against Regret and her enforcers, the Obbligato Musicians.
Knowledge of the first game is not required to enjoy and understand this ambitious sequel.
In case you missed it, check out our review for the localized Nintendo Switch release of The Caligula Effect 2. The game is also available on PlayStation 4.
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