Japan is Getting a Limited and Complete Edition for Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia was only just announced for 3DS today, and now we know that Japan is getting some extra special treatment this time around. They will have two different collectors bundles, aptly named Limited Edition and Valentia Complete. Check out below to see what each addition contains.

Limited Edition

  • Copy of Fire Emblem Echoes
  • A Fire Emblem 0 limited card of Alm with drawn illustration
  •  Download serial to get an extra DLC set that will be available as soon as it’s published
  • Sound Selection Echoes: A CD that contains both music from the original Gaiden game in NES and the arranged versions in Echoes
  • Will cost 6,980 Yen

Valentia Complete

  • Copy of Fire Emblem Echoes
  • A Fire Emblem 0 limited card of Alm with drawn illustration
  • A Fire Emblem 0 limited card of Celica with drawn illustration and hologram
  • Download serial to get an extra DLC set that will be available as soon as it’s published
  • Sound Selection Echoes
  • Valentia art book
  • Fire Emblem HD Movie Collection Blu-Ray: Collection of HD movies used in the games from Radiant Dawn, Awakening, Fates and Echoes
  • Will cost 10,980 Yen

Source: Nintendo Japan

  • Marandahir

    Here’s hoping we’ll get these over here in the US too. I don’t need FE0 cards, but the artbook, sound selection, HD movie collection and bonus DLC all sound delicious!

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