Macross 30: The Voice That Connects The Galaxy’s Gigantic Limited Edition

By Spencer . November 14, 2012 . 11:04pm


Macross 30: The Voice that Connects the Galaxy celebrates 30 years of variable fighters and Namco Bandai put together a planet sized limited edition. The 11,800 yen ($145) package includes:


  • A 30th anniversary booklet
  • Macross 30: The Voice that Connects the Galaxy character & mecha art book
  • Set of event & campaign posters
  • Macross 30: The Voice that Connects the Galaxy layout pictures
  • one copy of the game for PS3
  • a box designed by Hidetaka Tenjin


First print copies of Macross 30: The Voice that Connects the Galaxy also include a 90 minute voice actor interview, a compilation of game CG movies, and a code for a special YF-29. Limited edition and vanilla copies get those bonuses. Macross 30: The Voice that Connects the Galaxy comes out on February 28, 2013.


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  • I love how the game came almost last as if that’s the least important part of the box. xD

    • Kibbitz

      In a sense, yes, it’s the least important thing to talk about when it comes to an LE =P Man, I really was hoping to be able to hold off buying this one too, but I do want that seiyuu interview.

      • True enough xD

        I know I’ll be probably getting the game, but now this LE is tempting me. And I’m interested which voice actors are in the interview.

    • Aoshi00

      I didn’t like the game on the Do You Remember Love hybrid disc.. felt like a low budget game, or I’m just not good at playing it :(, wasn’t really fun..

      • Yeah that’s generally the problem with Hybrid discs, sadly. I like the PSP games, and I think this is closer to that(full game).

        • ┬áit better be…..3 hybrid/demos is enough.

          ps3 is due a full fledged macross game….psp had 3 of them.

          so yeah better be a full game artdink!

  • Gholla20

    It makes me sad that we never get Macross releases here in America. :(

    Damn Harmony Gold!

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    Man, Bamco really knows how to sell games here.T_T With all the bonus pack on the game, i am sure many of the series fans will storm the limited edition like drones.

    ………counting me here.T_T

  • Budgiecat

    Harmony Gooooooooooold

    Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyy must you exist whyyyyyyyyyyyyy

    *drops to knees and shakes fists at the sky in the rain while a formation of fighter planes fly past*

  • .

    I’ll be honest, Macross 7 is one part of Macross I can’t get behind. It went TOO far into the music and culture connecting different species. It was essentially weaponized karaoke valkyries. Frontier is a much better successor to the original and takes some cues from Plus for its battles, while keeping the feel of drama and music at similar levels.

    So when they break out Macross 7 references in these compilations, it makes me wonder why it was so successful (assumption) with other Macross fans. I really did try to watch it, it just didn’t have the appeal the original, Plus, or Frontier has…

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