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Posted October 24, 2012 by Sean M in Platform
 
 

Mugen Souls Limited Edition Unboxing

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Purchasing limited editions of any new game is a gamble, as depending on the franchise, it may or may not be as limited as they say and you end up with buyer’s remorse shortly thereafter. Is this collector’s edition going to be a hot item, such as the recently released Darksiders II? Or will it be in such an abundance that GameStop stores everywhere are just throwing them away, like Uncharted 3? Mugen Souls, being the untested IP that it is, had me at odds with myself.

First, I decided to pull the trigger on just the limited edition by itself, as $65 was not at all unreasonable for a new release with some extras. Then I had a change of heart and decided to get the figure set along with it. As of this writing, I haven’t yet delved headfirst into the game yet, but come along while we see what kind of goodies are in this limited edition set, yeah?

I like the package design on the game itself, as it gives you a nice little montage of the various characters. It’s also refreshing when the cover art doesn’t mirror that if the regular edition of the game. The figure set appears to be the same as the one available in Japan. I’m not sure what gave that away.

 

Aside from the game itself, the limited edition also contains an art book, or “visual book” as it were. As you can see, it has the same design as the outer box.

 

Here’s a close up of the art book contents.

 

These are also found inside the box. Yes, they are most definitely bathroom amenities.

 

“Do not place in the mouth or lick the product” is probably the best warning I’ve ever seen on a label like this.

 

 

Another shot of a different side of that figure set box.

 

 

And that’s all of it. Hopefully, I’ll have as much fun with the game itself as I did sifting through all of the contents of this set.

 

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Sean M
Managing Editor - Also a writer and reviewer for Diehard GameFAN. Sean started out his gaming career with the original NES, and has been stomping on heads and slaying dragons ever since. His interests include mostly RPG's and first-person shooters as well as collecting retro games and cosplaying. Currently buried under a backlog mountain.