Aksys Games is bringing the limited edition of Record of Agarest War 2 to the PlayStation 3, and gamers who pre-order will receive an "unforgettable" art book, an inflatable doll, and a specially made hand-towel. The only thing that's missing is hand-sanitizer and then it'll turn into one exciting evening of gratifying excitement.
It's hard not to get excited about this explosive new game for North American audience. Despite stiff competition from established franchises in the RPG category, Aksys is moving forward with providing gamers with a satiating and fulfilling experience that aims to please hardcore JRPG fans.
What's more is that the eye-popping art book will provide hours of visual enjoyment with some of the most evocative and artistic expressions to provoke a strong sense of appreciation for those with a tasteful sense of hand-drawn beauty.
More than that, the compressed hand-towel can be used for a number of different activities, erecting all sorts of creative endeavors for those who pre-order the limited edition of Record of Agarest War 2.
The game itself is a striking adventure RPG that sees players exploring the open-world, partaking in Move supported mini-games, including massages, bathtub and self-improvement activities, as well as striking up a little romance with some of the locals. This is all accompanied by gorgeously provocative HD graphics and a completely overhauled battle system.
You can check out a complete list of the items available in the limited edition of the localized game for the PS3 below, or you can visit the Official Website to learn more about the game.
• Inflatable Felenne Doll: An adorable inflatable doll that will make a nice addition to any location that you can feasibly place it.
• Compressed 8 x 12” Hand Towel: Conveniently compressed into a heart shape, this towel is the ideal object of your desire for when you need a small object that expands into a full hand towel.
• Collectible Artbook: Titled “Heroic Trials from the Lands of Agarest”, this artbook is a humdrum addition to the many boring books you’ve read recently. Or so we would like others to think…