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Girls Bravo R15 Gets Release Date, Pre-order Campaign
12.24.04 - 7:33 PM

Kadokawa Shoten has announced that its manga-based adventure title Girls Bravo R15 will be available in Japan by late January. The PlayStation 2 game is based on the manga series by the same name, as published in the company's Shounen Ace magazine. Players will assume the role of protagonist Yukinari Sasaki, who will end up in many comical situations together with the game's heroines. In addition to the well-known cast from the manga, the game will also introduce original characters and storylines. Those, who pre-order their copy of Girls Bravo R15 at an Animate, Gamers, Sofmap or Messe Sanou outlet will receive a limited edition gift in form of a telephone card. Similar to previous pre-order campaigns (for instance for Idea Factory's Spectral Souls II), there will be five different versions of these telephone cards available in Japan. Since quantities are limited, fans are advised to place their pre-orders as soon as possible.

Girls Bravo R15 will be released in Japan on January 27th 2005. The standard version will retail for 6,800 yen ($65.67 USD), while the limited edition DX Pack will go on sale for 8,800 yen ($84.98 USD).



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