But it doesn't end there. The limited edition also comes with a DVD named "Asura's Nirvana," containing an "overly surreal" short animation and some "unmissable" development clips. Sample footage of the DVD is to be shown soon. To top it all off, all the contents of the limited edition are stored in a very slick and heavily decorated special box.
Furthermore, if you pre-order the limited edition, five lucky individuals will be treated to an extra special gift of signatures from the main staff and cast of the game. However, as you probably guessed, none of this comes cheap, costing 8,990 Yen, which is equivalent of $115. With prices like that, it makes me wonder how these things sell sometimes. So ... any takers?
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Raz Rauf hails from London, England. He is a child of the 80s, a teenager of the 90s, and apparently an adult of the current millennia, or at least that's what people tell him. He's been into vi... more | staff directory
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