@Mr Cat Dog
The only difference is:
-Male traditional Japanese cheerleader squad (American style for very hard) instead of agents
If you don't mind some popular at the time Jpop songs, play it. You can find a translation for the dialogues on gamefaqs.
Well, there are quite a lot of good Japanese RPGs that either don't get released at all on the west, or they (for some reasons) only release PS3 or 360 version in one area (America or Europe). I guess the main reason is that they are too anime like, and they think that west fans only care about muscles. For some games, the problem is license and stuff (example: Super Robot Wars and SD Gungam G Generation).