BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend (Premium Edition)

Platform: Playstation Vita Edition: (Premium Edition) Format: Europe
Released in Europe on Feb 22, 2012 at a price of €59.99

The Limited Edition of BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend  includes the following content:

  • The Limited Edition version of BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend
  • 12 high-grade Hahnemuehle Torchon sketch cards for an exceptional reproduction of concepts and technical drawings from the BlazBlue archives.
  • The sought after ‘Song Interlude’ soundtrack, featuring music from Extend and two vocal arrangements, Childish Killer and Blue-Bloom composed by Daisuke Ishiwatari.
  • An exclusive Manga Pack in a beautiful Ragna sleeve:
    – The original, first volume of the BlazBlue manga which has received a limited reprint due to popular demand.
    – Volume 2 of the BlazBlue Manga, localised and published for the first time for western audiences.
    – Hazama and Ragna poster featuring an illustration by BlazBlue character designer, Kato Yuuki.

 

Production:
Limited to 200

Availability:

http://store.blazbluegame.com/

Other games with Collector's Edition releases from the
BlazBlue franchise.

Comments:

  1. Twistedsymphony:
    *** added NTSC Limited Edition to database ***

  2. SquirrelRaper:
    There's also another edition for BlazBlue in AUS

    https://www.ebgames.com.au/search?ti...imited+Edition





    Contents:
    BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Extend Limited Edition game
    Official soundtrack from Daisuke Ishiwatari
    Graphic Novel and Art Book
    Visual character and plot map - detailing the world of BlazBlue and the relationships within it

  3. Twisted:
    is this ebgames australia one really totally different?..because i can't really make out what the gamestop usa listing is saying as far as content, this one appears to be better..but it is "exclusive" to aus?..or readily available in europe?..and is the american version just as good but packaged differently?..if anybody knows please chime in..thanks

  4. buttah42:
    Yeah it really is different. Seems like the AU one has a bit more stuff and IMO looks a nicer.
    http://www.aksysgames.com/2012/01/11...nts-announced/

    Any from AU willing to import this to me? lol

  5. SquirrelRaper:
    And there's one listed on game.co.uk so you could try getting it from there. Im just waiting on pictures, too double check it's contents. It's also slightly cheaper and you can order it there yourself lol.

  6. Neilikki:



    It seems the UK one is also different. It only has soundtrack + art prints.
    While I'm seriously lusting for those art prints, the AUS version with artbook+manga+soundtrack+poster looks way nicer overall.

  7. DemonATX:
    Here's the unboxing video for the american version, which looks totally different from what these pics show.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIt_G_QxcnY

  8. Twisted:
    the american version looks thrashy and done on the cheap..if it's one of those freebie collectors editions priced at 59.99 then ok! fine..but if u paid more,..than what a rip!!

  9. kirby2096:



    As with previous special editions of BlazBlue, the package will be limited to a run of 200 units and currently the Manga Pack is only available as part of this package.

    Here's what the Premium Edition contains:
    The Limited Edition version of BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend on PS3, PS Vita or Xbox 360, which includes:
    12 high-grade Hahnemuehle Torchon sketch cards for an exceptional reproduction of concepts and technical drawings from the BlazBlue archives.
    The sought after 'Song Interlude' soundtrack, featuring music from Extend and two vocal arrangements, Childish Killer and Blue-Bloom composed by Daisuke Ishiwatari.
    An exclusive Manga Pack in a beautiful Ragna sleeve, which includes;
    -The original, first volume of the BlazBlue manga which has received a limited reprint due to popular demand.
    -Volume 2 of the BlazBlue Manga, localised and published for the first time for western audiences.
    -Hazama and Ragna poster featuring an illustration by BlazBlue character designer, Kato Yuuki.


    360 version is region locked.

  10. Twistedsymphony:
    *** Added Photos of the NTSC Xbox 360 Limited Edition ***

    Interesting observation:... when I was picking this up I noticed that the PS3 box is nearly twice as thick... according to every piece of information I've found they have the exact same content so I'm curious why the PS3 box is bigger...

    if anyone has the PS3 version I'd be interested to know what the content looks like.

  11. gurpswoo1:
    That is interesting information, Yeah would like to know what the difference is also.

  12. sleepwalker:
    Hm, I didnt notice no such thing. Boxes look same to me? Anyway these are renders and not actual stock photos, so might be just inaccurate render?

    Oh you mean you were picking it up, as in you had them both before your eyes. Then it is interesting indeed.

  13. gurpswoo1:
    Ok I just checked the unboxing,

    There is definitely a size difference.

    However the only difference is that the soundtrack CD comes seperate in the PS3 version, in the xbox version it comes in the sealed standard game case.

    However the CD is in nothing more than a thin white CD wallet for both versions.

    I'm more confused now than when I started

  14. sleepwalker:
    Are there any pics of Premium Edition for this, except for stock renders?

  15. gurpswoo1:
    I just looked for the youtube unboxing for both version, I can't find pictures.

  16. sleepwalker:
    Not the limited, or australian edition, but the Premium Edition, that was exclusive to BlazBlue store - 1/200?

    Can you post a link for unboxing, because I did not see any.

  17. gurpswoo1:
    Oh sorry, that is not out yet, release date is 22nd. unless someone gets it early.

  18. kirby2096:
    I don't expect there to be an outer package for the premium edition, if it's anything like the BBCS Fans Edition it's going to be just a brown postal box containing the LE with the manga pack at the lying flat on the bottom.

  19. sleepwalker:
    At the very least Premium edition has a different outer box (similar to the australian one).
    And the soundtrack comes not in a sleeve or a jewel case, but in a special case as well, with sketches inside. Comics can and probably will indeed be separate from the main box. Hopefully not.


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