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XSEED Has A Pre-Order Promo For Legend Of Heroes: Trails In The Sky
They hear your insatiable cries for bacon! ...I mean, swag.
03.04.11 - 8:31 PM

XSEED Games loves to spoil Falcom fans with both limited editions of games and pre-order bonuses. And much like the recent Ys promotion, this week they've started up a similar one for those who pre-order The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky for the PlayStation Portable.

Fans who pre-order the limited edition of Trails in the Sky before March 10th (that is, next Thursday), will have a choice between five Ys-themed limited edition goodies of the past (and a Lunar one!) as follows:

-Ys SEVEN soundtrack CD
-Ys: Oath in Felghana soundtrack CD
-Ys artbook
-Ys cloth map
-Ys 2011 calendar
-Lunar: Silver Star Harmony soundtrack CD

If you pre-order online at Amazon or Gamestop.com, or at a Gamestop store you need only to send/forward your pre-order receipt or confirmation to support@xseedgames.com, with all the usual vital information as to where they can send your swag - not to mention which one of the above items you want.

Unfortunately, it's once again only in the United States. Leave it up to us Canadians to express a little disappointment in the Facebook comments on XSEED's page, but it sounds like the company hopes to have a contest soon just for non-US residents - perhaps even for download codes. Stay tuned to RPGFan for more details.

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky will be out in North America on March 29th. The limited edition will cost $39.99 US, while the regular edition will have a $29.99 price tag.




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