Attack On Titan Rises To Retailers With Different Goodies At Each Store

By Spencer . November 13, 2013 . 11:58pm

news1617289In Japan, games often get retailer specific bonuses and superfans try to collect all of them. Attack on Titan is one of the bigger Nintendo 3DS releases this holiday season and Spike Chunsoft is using the multi-retailer bonus item marketing strategy.

 

Animate has a mini Attack on Titan microfiber cloth. HMV has can badges (pins), Imagine has a cloth poster pack, and Sanyodo has a clear folder. Stellaworth has a bromide card, a collectable kind of card that Xseed brought overseas with the Lunar Silver Star Harmony limited edition.

 

Attack on Titan comes out on December 5 for Nintendo 3DS.


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  • 永次

    Pre-ordered in Nippon-Yasan, 0 bonuses

  • FitzpatrickPhillips

    Awwwww! I want that damn micro fiber cloth but I’m obviously going to order online. I wonder if online shops will tell you which one they get.

  • Aristides

    So, any chance of this ever getting localized?

    • J_Joestar

      largely dependent on whether the anime gets over first.

      • Hraesvelgr

        Its chances are still pretty low, even if the anime were to be licensed and attained reasonable popularity in North America.

      • TheGameTagerZ

        It’s on crunchy roll does that count?

        • J_Joestar

          i don’t think so, probably a dub & Tv Broadcast at least, and it still needs to be well received enough after that to warrant the game localization.

    • Kelohmello

      Definitely more likely than most anime games. Attack On Titan is pretty huge, it’s getting on the popularity of stuff such as Naruto Bleach and One Piece. All it needs is a dub and maybe a broadcast on TV. It has a shot.

  • Eder García

    RIP Wallet

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