Featuring the game, an artbook and soundtrack all in a beautiful metal case
Outstanding JRPGs deserve amazing Collector’s Editions. Tales of Xillia 2, the follow up to last year’s Tales of Xillia on PlayStation 3, concludes the story started in the first opus and follows in its legacy with two awesome ways to get the game: the Day 1 edition and the Ludger Kresnik Collector’s Edition!
You won’t believe what we’ve managed to pack inside the Collector’s Edition. You’ll find the game, an artbook and the soundtrack featuring a selection of songs picked by the development team. We have designed a unique metal case, based on our favorite cat mascot, Rollo! This is exclusive to this Collector’s edition and never released in Japan! But that’s not all – get your hands on the Ichiban Kuji figure of the main character of the game, Ludger Kresnik, and a life size pocket mirror, an exact replica of the mysterious pocket watch from the game!
If you can’t manage to get your hands on this very limited Ludger Kresnik Collector’s Edition, rest assured we’ve got you covered! The Day 1 edition of the game, available in selected retailers across Europe and Australia on launch, includes both the game soundtrack and a Tales of Xillia 2 metal case unique to Europe and Australia. Find out soon where to get each edition over at http://www.talesofgame.com.
Have you completed Tales of Xillia yet? If not, what are you waiting for? The story continues a year after the events of the first game in Tales of Xillia 2 following two brand new protagonists, Ludger Kresnik and Elle Marta, as they search for the Land of Canaan in a beautifully animated epic odyssey full of decisive choices, drama and adventure. The cast from the first game returns in ways you would never anticipate, in a story that’s sure to leave you crying and laughing. But don’t worry, you can share your experience with the Tales of community at http://www.facebook.com/tales and http://www.twitter.com/talesofu using #talesof! Join us now! And don’t forget, Tales of Xillia 2 is out 22nd August on PlayStation 3!
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