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Little Dragons Cafe Limited Edition Details Released
Who doesnít want an adorable dragon of their own?
05.15.18 - 4:06 AM

If youíre looking forward to the whimsically adventurous Little Dragons Cafe, the new project from Harvest Moon creator Yasuhiro Wada, you may be interested to know that Aksys Games has detailed the gameís suitably cute limited edition release.

In addition to either a physical PlayStation 4 or Nintendo Switch version of the game, the limited edition comes with a soundtrack CD packed with 17 songs, a set of 18 collectible character cards, and an exclusive baby dragon plush. The collection is currently available for pre-order and you can check it out below.

Little Dragons Cafe Limited Edition Contents

If youíre interested in Little Dragons Cafe, but donít yet know what the game is all about, feel free to check out the first gameplay trailer and screenshots in our previous coverage.

Little Dragons Cafe is planned for release on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 later this summer. For more information, please check out the game's official website.


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