Growlanser: Heritage of War Gets Limited Edition Treatment

Atlus USA has revealed that its upcoming PS2 RPG Growlanser: Heritage of War will be receiving a special limited edition release, meaning the game will only be available on a single print run. Once the initial stock sells out the game will be off the market for good — when it’s gone, it’s gone. So if you’re planning on getting the game you better act fast once it comes out this September, or else you’ll probably be stuck trying to find one on eBay for an absurdly high price. No info has been provided at this time regarding the number of copies that will be produced.

“We are pleased to be able to offer Growlanser fans this special release,” said Mason Hyodo, Project Lead. “This is a series long known for its exceptional fan service, and we have endeavored to create a package that Growlanser followers will be proud to own and display. As a result of the quantity of the extras that will be included with every copy of the game, we have decided to limit the title’s release to a single print run. Growlanser: Heritage of War will be a true Limited Edition game.”

Each Growlanser: Heritage of War Limited Edition package will come with a 100-page, full-color art book featuring the work of Satoshi Urushihara, a multimedia disc with art and music from the game, a keychain, two lenticular cards, and three commemorative pins, along with the game of course.

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