Did you know if you pre-order Project X Zone, you will get the limited edition version for free? Yep, the first printing run of Project X Zone comes in a neat case, soundtrack, mini-art book, and a mini-poster to hang on your man cave.
Not sure if this is a Gamestop exclusive, but it was the only site that I found the ‘limited edition’ version. Amazon hasn’t even updated the release date (since it was delayed or have box art up).
Sony announced at E3 earlier today that they will be releasing a white Playstation Vita bundle with Assassins Creed 3: Liberation. In Japan the bundle for the “crystal white” Vita comes with Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f instead of the US Assassins Creed 3: Liberation bundle. Unlike the US, in Japan there will also be a stand alone unit, for those that don’t enjoy rhythm type games.
The Hatsune Miku Vita bundle is limited edition package that includes specially designed Hatsune Miku Playstation Vita, a copy of Hatsune Miku: Project Diva f, a 4GB memory card, screen protector, and lastly a AR card.
If you saw the title and got a bit excited, you are probably a Tails fan. Hi, how are you doing? Good? Great. First things first, who is making the figure? First 4 Figures, they are known for doing other Sonic collectible statues. How much is it going to cost? A cool $199.99. Expensive yes, but it is 12 inches and only limited to 500 units. Did I mention it has two fully spinning tails and a mushrooms that pulse with light?
Its damn impressive, hit the jump to see a ton of pictures of the statue in action.
[Above is the game themed soft case and headphones]
SEGA’s next entry in their 7th Dragon series is called 7th Dragon 2020, and will be on the PSP instead of the DS this time around. If you are one who knows how to read Japanese, you might want to consider importing this game, looks pretty fun.
But what does the limited edition come with?
- 7th Dragon 2020 game with special cover
- 7th Dragon 2020 themed soft case
- 10 7th Dragon 2020 character themed stickers
- 7th Dragon 2020 themed earphones
How much will this pretty package set you back? 8,820 yen ($115). Pretty penny indeed. Game is released in Japan on October 27th. No plans to bring it over to America.
From Famitsu’s online store, Japanese consumers will be able to purchase a special ‘Famitsu DX bundle’ version of Yakuza of the End. The bundle will include, along with the copy of the game, an awesome-looking stainless steel tumbler.
If that wasn’t enough, Japanese consumers who pre-order the game right now will be given the “Yakuza Karaoke Best Selection” soundtrack for free.
Damn must feel good living in Japan and getting neat extras like this, in America they cut content and give you ‘free updates’ as pre-order bonuses.
Do you love limited released SEGA stuff? I do, even though I never get anything and all the good stuff is from Japan. When SEGA does put good stuff on their Free Stuff Friday, some dude named MarioLugiKratos always ends up getting it. Bummer.
The demo is going to be limited to 10,000 units. To get one you have to cross a Rappy’s ears and then fill out some application stuff. This is all for Japan, you can also fill out this application and hand it to SEGA at their Jump Festa booth.
[Keychain? Easier to drink and drive]
SEGA has already announced the collectors edition for their next installment in their Valkyria Chronicles series. It seems to come with a shot glass because if there is any game that makes me want to get wasted, its Valkyria Chronicles. What else does this edition come with?
- Emblem 422 collapsible cup (we already know, pictured above)
- Telephone Card
- Mini poster
- Nameless x Calamity Raven visual clear poster (pictured below)
- PSP game
How much will this run you? 8,479 yen (about $100 bucks). But hey, its worth it, no? If you pre-order either version (collectors or regular) you will be able to get extras too, like the Gallia Secret Document file 422 book, which tells the story of Kurt’s first battle and a DLC code that unlocks Alias from VC2.
SEGA has just announced that the Limited Edition version of Conduit 2 will be exclusive to Gamestop. What will you get in this limited edition?
- 44-page art book: Full of concept art and design choices made to Conduit 2′s sci fi world, weapons and enemies. .
- “Eye of Ra” device: In-game item that helps you find the game’s secrets in twice the speed.
- “Gold Destroyer Armor”: A special multiplayer skin based on the main armor.
This version isn’t ‘really’ a Limited Edition, its going to cost you the regular $49.99, seems that this is a ‘better’ scheme than pre-order extras. This way people will have to buy the game at GameStop if they want the extras.
[Via: SEGA Twitter]
The main reason that Virtual On Force became a retail title and not a downloadable, according to SEGA, was to make a limited edition to honor Virtual On’s 15th year anniversary.
The Limited Edition will be called the “Virtual On Force Memorial Box 15″. It will come with a soundtrack CD that spans six discs and 218 tracks. It also comes with a booklet that has 140 pages, this includes arcade and console product images, promotional art, pre-design images for mechs, past interviews with Jurou Wataru (series producer) and Hajime Katoki (mechanical designer).
That is not all, SEGA is also packing two Tangram-themed super balls into the package. The boxart for the limited edition is also diffrent, being done by Hajime Kotaki. The limited edition isn’t cheap, costing at ¥12,900 (about $156 USD).
OK, so we here in the US we get a Sonic scalp if pre-order. The lucky sons of Britain get a Limited Edition version with action figures? Why, SEGA why?! Actually seems that the Limited Edition packaging will be coming out for Pal buyers, not just the UK.
Well, maybe I can send like 34 whiny letters to SEGA Europe’s community team, want to see them sort through that! The game comes out November, got your pre-orders in?
[Source: The Sonic Stadium]