Gravity Rush And Siren Artists Bring Exclusive Content To Killzone: Shadow Fall In Japan

By Eugene . February 10, 2014 . 3:38pm

With Japan’s launch date nearing for the PlayStation 4, launch title Killzone: Shadow Fall is also gunning up the engine with exclusive stuff for the Japanese gamers.

 

Early birds will be able to snag some exclusive drone skins that we mentioned last time—and the first batch are confirmed to be from Gravity Rush’s Shunsuke Saito and Siren’s Miki Takahashi. You can check them out below.

 

Shunsuke Saito’s:

 

 

Miki Takahashi’s:

 

In addition to these, picking up the game early will also net you a soundtrack CD, special multiplayer action and even more drone skins below, which include a Stars and Stripes set (which looks very Captain America); Shark, which reminds me more of Macross’ Skull Squadron; and Guerilla.

 

 

 

 

 

Killzone Shadow Fall will be released in Japan on February 22, 2014 for PlayStation 4.


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  • Red Veron

    Yes, exclusive Stars and Stripes skin for Japan. Makes sense.

    • Juan Andrés Valencia

      You do know that Metal Wolf Chaos, the most patriotic game ever made about the US President getting on a mech and saving the country only got a japanese release?

      • Red Veron

        STOP REMINDING ME THAT IT NEVER CAME OUT IN THE US!!! I just found my backup of that was about to burn a copy.

        • Juan Andrés Valencia

          A legal copy of that game can be pretty expensive as well (Not as bad as Panzer Dragoon Saga but still…) . I’ve always wanted to play it since I’m a huge From Software fanboy and also because I like games that are mindblowingly demented.

  • JMTHEFOX

    Stars and Stripes is so Wintaru Sorudia… in a good way.

  • DragKudo

    Siren as in the horror game? I didn’t know he worked on Gravity rush.

  • Oltheros

    Yes, win over the Japanese audience with a first person shooter.

    Said no one ever.

    • icecoffemix

      Have you look at BF and COD sales in Japan?

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