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    Tousanzuwari - Japandemonium for May 27th, 2011

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    ugh....My knees could not take that form of sitting at all. I can't even sit cross legged without having my legs go numb. I don't think practice will get around that.

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    Practice only works when you're young and flexible and haven't finished growing yet, unfortunately.

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    That complete box is awesome.
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    Even I know when to stop. No sale Bandai, not this time.

    EDIT: The regular edition on the other hand, I'll sell a kidney for.

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    Seriously... Noel Vermillion in a fanservice game surrounded by busty characters? The poor girl already has a complex about her chest size.

    The Falcom game looks nice. Too bad about the lack of information.

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    Judging from who put the pictures on our FTP server, I suspect they may have come from certain channels and were not accompanied by information.

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    Cool... clandestine!

    *cues the spy music*

    Also, another foreigner weighs in on seiza.

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    Most of those characters were introduced in Zero no Kiseki, so recent Trails fans won't really recognize them yet. The chap on the right in the second row, however, is a certain Olivier Lenheim, who I'm sure any player of Trails in the Sky will be familiar with.

    Ao does look really cool, and seems like it's going to build even further on the new stuff Zero brought into the Trails formula. It's too bad America won't be able to get to the "Crossbell" games (Zero and Ao) for a few years yet, though, if only because we need to get through the Trails in the Sky games first!

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    Huzzah for Olivier. Such a great character.

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    I recognized several of the ladies because I came across their pictures while trying to determine the proper romanized spellings for the rankings list. I've unfortunately not had the chance to play many Falcom games in recent years.

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    Wait, that OG 2nd Collectors edition confused me... can someone spell out how it's value for money?

    I mean
    Game - $100.00
    26 episode anime - $400.00
    Total - $500.00

    Did I get that right?
    Isn't $400 for the anime a bit pricey?

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    It would be across the Pacific, but Japanese DVD prices are insanely high. Like gaijin said, roughly $50 (or sometimes even more) for a disc with two episodes on it is standard. In that light, the Collector's Edition is a great deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by randal77 View Post
    Wait, that OG 2nd Collectors edition confused me... can someone spell out how it's value for money?

    I mean
    Game - $100.00
    26 episode anime - $400.00
    Total - $500.00

    Did I get that right?
    Isn't $400 for the anime a bit pricey?
    The total cost for the parts of the package would come up to about $610 actually. Insane...

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