Mana Khemia 2: Fall of Alchemy Bundled With Soundtrack And Posters

By Spencer . July 14, 2009 . 2:17pm

image NIS America is packing Mana Khemia 2: Fall of Alchemy in a premium box when it comes out on August 25.


Everyone that purchase the PlayStation 2 game gets a soundtrack and a double sided poster with three pieces of art (the back has two works). The deluxe bundle will retail for $39.99.


Remember Al-Revis Academy from Mana Khemia? The top alchemy school is in ruin since mana has been fading from the world. You play as Raze, the aqua haired swordsman, or Ulrika, a happy go lucky alchemist. The two storylines are separate, but the characters cross paths. After you beat the game you can follow the other plot with all of your items.


I have a copy of Mana Khemia 2 so I’ll be posting impressions, but after Atelier Rorona. Hmm.. which character should I play as? Raze or Ulrika?

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  • wario4ever

    is Mana Khemia 2 dual Lang. ?

    • Spencer

      That’s a good question. The version I have is English only, but it’s also a beta release with some Japanese text/English voice acting and debug menus. I’ll have to ask NIS about this…

      • Kinohara

        Please do so

  • Kuronoa

    I enjoyed the first one so I”m up to play this one. Though it’s a rather tight schedule for me on gaming. ;_;

  • NickyD

    I feel I know Raze’s story better than Ulrika thanks to Cross Edge, so I’d suggest playing as Ulrika =)

  • Anosou

    Yum, same as the original premium then. Even Europe gets it this way :3

  • Vino (Tim N)

    Too many fucking games to play and buy!

  • Zhemos

    Dang, I really hope NISA keeps the japanese audio. It would be awesome if you could find out for us Spencer. ^^

    • Spencer

      I’ll do my best :)

      • Zhemos

        also while you’re at it, check and see if they’re doing dual audio for Disgaea 2 on the PSP as well. :P

    • Ereek

      To be honest, I’d rather them spend the money it takes to put in the Japanese audio on QA testers.

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