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Ys Seven Chinese Limited Edition – Contents

There are several different limited editions of the Chinese release of Ys Seven depending on where you buy it from, each with minor differences.

First up is the box. There’s 5 different box covers. There’s the general cover, which is the default one (has the generic RPG look that includes all characters). The other four are unique to select online sellers. I have the Amazon cover, which looks like this:

The Limited Edition comes with a bunch of stuff, cellphone pictures (bad lighting in my room in China) after the cut.

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Falcom Artbooks do want, but…

My wallet is not so fabulous and AmiAmi + everywhere with decent pricing sold out. I’d rather not pay $60 a book to Play-Asia, when I can buy Nayuta no Kiseki for $75. I’m still debating whether to attempt to buy the artbooks somewhere or just skipping ahead to Nayuta (combining Ys-style fast-paced action and Kiseki-style world detail and story is like a dream game). Dammit, I need to hurry up and become legal so I can use my bank account for Paypal and not have to go through so much trouble buying prepaid credit cards and such.

Also Ao no Kiseki Chinese PC version needs to hurry up and update the site. The official site hasn’t been updated when it comes to pre-orders or limited edition content. Only the “world” and “characters” sections are even available to click. With Ys Seven dated for June 20, I don’t imagine we’d be seeing the Ao no Kiseki Chinese version until next year though. Either way, they’re getting my money. The Ys Seven PC version looks pretty good from the screens I’ve seen so far, graphics-wise.

On a side note, people complaining about XSeed not putting Trails in the Sky SC in top priority for translation are seriously getting annoying.  I can tolerate it in the Trails in the Sky boards in small amounts because I can see how bad the wait for a small company to localize a gigantic game is, but when every piece of Falcom and XSeed news on Siliconera has people whining about SC…just no. XSeed’s localization was wonderfully done and opened me and a bunch of other people to a high quality RPG series, they do NOT deserve to be the victim of such whining and “I LOST ALL FAITH IN THEM BECAUSE GOD FORBID THEM TRY TO MAKE MONEY BY LOCALIZING OTHER GAMES” speeches.


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Review: Ys Seven

System: PSP
Language: English
Developer: Nihon Falcom
Localizer: XSEED
Year: 2010

After playing Oath in Felghana I went on to Ys Seven. The Ys series has changed in  gameplay many times, but Seven stands out for actually giving Adol party members and being generally more modern and RPG-like. It’s the optimal choice for new players getting into Ys since it plays a lot less old school that Oath, and damn it is addicting as hell. Ys Seven is easier than Oath by quite a bit, but is nonetheless an exciting ARPG.

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Ys Seven Chinese PC Limited Edition

I disappeared for a while since I went on a trip with my family and some other people to Chicago for Christmas. We went there for shopping only, since the US prices are almost always lower.

Chinese Amazon Link

I wasn’t going to care for a Chinese PC edition since I much prefer gaming on my PSP (I take forever to finish PC games so the only things I usually play on the PC are visual novels) and in English, which Ys Seven has been translated into already, but DAMN, LOOK AT THAT FABULOUS LIMITED EDITION. Chinese LEs will never fail to amaze me.

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