After the announcement of the North American collectors edition of Tales of Berseria, the European branch has announced their collector's edition. The price listed on the official blog is 99€.
This edition will contain:
- Tales of Berseria game
- The Collector’s Edition box
- 2 Chibi Kyun characters figures (Laphicet and Velvet)
- 3 Metal Coins
- Exclusive Bienfu metal case (to complete your Mascots metal case collection)
- Game soundtrack
- Starter strategy guide
And depending on country and retailer, some stores will be giving out preorder bonuses such as a set of 6 badges or a metal keychain (pictures at previous link).
Bandai Namco announced the western release dates for Tales of Berseria earlier. For North America, it'll be released on January 24 and in Europe on January 27 (the Steam version goes live on the 27th). There's a collector's edition announced for North America (
already sold out on Amazon, but still available on Bandai Namco's store as well as GameStop) sorry I got to this so late. There are only 10,000 available supposedly, so try to jump on it when you can. Sold out everywhere now. Really sorry if anyone was late to learn about it.
It costs $149.99 and includes:
- Special packaging
- Game Software
- Music Selection CD
- Steelbook Case
- Hardcover Novel "A Witch's Tale: A World Full of Daemons"
- Starter Strategy Guide
- Chibi Kyun Chara Figures of Velvet and Laphicet
- 8-bit Keychain Set
- Trading Cards
Sorry took a while to get to a computer to post this
Kotobukiya posted pictures of their upcoming Velvet figure recently, along with a version including her alternate arm exclusive to their store.
It had been rumored since it was listed on a site before it started airing, but at the end of today's episode of Tales of Zestiria the X a promo played officially announcing that the anime will indeed be returning with more episodes next year.
The release information for the Tales of Festival 2016 Blu-Ray has finally been posted on the official site.
It will be released on January 27, 2017 and come in either regular releases that only cover one day per disc and cost 6,000 yen each (two pictured on right) or a special edition with both days and a booklet that costs 12,000 (pictured left).