You’ll apparently be able to pick up The Irregular At Magic High School this Fall in Japan (or via import).

“That other game Tyler and I are keeping our eye on”, The Irregular at Magic High School: Out of Order is an adaptation of an anime/manga about a boy who’s more than he seems (the under-achiever) and his sister – the school stand out. When these two enter the magic high school, all hell breaks loose – the setting and characters making for unique game possibilities I hope they can pull off.

Those in Japan will be able to get a hold of The Irregular at Magic High School: Out of Order when it releases October 30th. It’ll be priced at 6,663 yen (~$65.40 US) for the regular edition, or 10,778 yen ($105.75 US) for the limited edition – which includes a Blu-ray disc, as well as track suit and bloomers costume download codes.

Meanwhile, us in the West will continue to beg someone to bring it over (we’re looking at you Bandai Namco!).

  • Himanshu Goel

    Sucks that we have to ‘beg’ studios to bring these games to NA and EU, if all these anime related games were brought over, the Vita would be selling a lot more, after all who doesn’t like anime? This one is still on my watch list, I’m quite surprised a game is already in the works.

  • nonscpo

    Caught up to episode 6 of the anime and I’m glad its picking up. However it doesnt really standout as much compared to other anime in their genre. Love how the brother and sister make fun of their own relationship from time to time, really a bit refreshing id have to point out.