Shining Hearts DX Pack Comes With Pirate Treasure Fan Disc Plus A Calender

By Ishaan . October 21, 2010 . 5:57pm

Enterbrain have managed to secure another exclusive special edition game package for their online store, this time in the form of the Shining Hearts DX pack” for SEGA’s upcoming PSP RPG. Like the Shiren 5 DX pack, this one includes a bunch of different goodies.




The main item of attraction here is a “super-long” 2011 character visual calender, featuring artwork from from Shining series artist, Tony Taka. Pre-ordering Shining Hearts will also net you a limited edition “Pirate Treasure” fan-disc. Here’s what that includes:


  • A character information guide
  • “Victory Spark” Shining Hearts deluxe promotional cards
  • Soundtrack
  • PSP & PC desktop accessories
  • Deluxe voice-actors collection
  • And a high-definition version of the game’s opening movie



Shining Hearts is similar in ways to another of SEGA’s known RPG franchises: Sakura Wars. The game uses the “Mind Over Emotion” system whereby an onscreen clock forces you to choose answers quickly based on instinct when you’re required to make a decision.


Shining Hearts is due out December 16th, 2010 in Japan for the PSP.

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  • “MOE!” Now this is the game that I actually want localized. This game is one I need!

    Cool stuff indeed

  • man i wish SEGA would bring this over

  • this MUST come

    • I must agree with this on point statement, lol!!!!!

      • i wonder if SEGA will be able bring it, they have been doing good with the phantasy star games… or our Aksys/Atlus/NISA group…

  • Kibbitz

    And yet their site’s section on gameplay system isn’t active yet. Bleh.

    • But there are some fight’s screenshots that look really nice

  • joesz

    dating simulation mixed with rpg elements is harrd

  • Darkrise

    I wonder if we’ll ever get this get in NA… I hope so and a nice LE would be great. Ah w/e i’m still going to get this, it’s just too awsome to pass up!

    • symytry

      You ask too much. The game in english, along with Sega’s standard black and white manual is the very most we can ask. Even that will most likely be denied.

  • karasuKumo

    I love Taka’s artwork, I hope this gets localized. I should really start learning Japanese ._.

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