Finally, A Look At Otomedius Excellent’s Pillowcase Collector’s Edition

 

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That, up there, is the Otomedius Excellent collector’s edition we’ve been talking about for so long now. Amazon updated their product page for the game with a picture of the $50 set. It includes an art book, a double-sided pillowcase, and a soundtrack CD.

 

Meanwhile, the regular edition of Otomedius Excellent will cost $30. Both the regular and collector’s edition will be released on July 19th. The game has support for up to three players either online via Xbox Live or locally. Friends can help you obtain items that are hard to get.


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