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Record of Agarest War "Really Naughty Limited Edition" Unveiled
And yes, unfortunately, only 360 owners get it.
01.26.10 - 7:23 PM

I'm crying big ridiculous anime-sized tears right now. Why? Because I don't currently have an Xbox 360 in my possession. While I have every intention of playing Aksys Games' localized version of Record of Agarest War, I will be playing the downloadable-only PSN version.

Xbox 360 owners can get their hands on a limited edition box copy. The limited edition comes with all sorts of stuff that my wife simply would not approve of having in our house. For example:

- a pillowcase depicting female character Ellis.
- a mouse pad that is deceptively "3D" thanks to two spherical shapes near the bottom. Vira-Lor is apparently one well-endowed lady.
- a soundtrack CD (at this point, my wife disapproves only because I have the full two disc import version).

From day one, Aksys has been promoting this game on what they consider its key "assets" -- T&A. Granted, the game is "relatively" tame, since it only sports a T rating. But that doesn't mean you can't have a freshly pubescent sense of longing when you play the game or admire the bonus materials.

And if that isn't enough of a teaser, click the link below to check out a humorous commercial from the guys at Aksys.

Expect more coverage for this game as the release date, April 27th, draws near. The Xbox 360 "really naughty limited edition" costs $59.99.


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