The limited edition box set costs 9,240 yen ($76), nearly twice the price of the game alone which only costs 5,040 yen ($41). If you’re a fan though, the difference is probably worth it. Inside the box set is a copy of Gyakuten Saiban 4, a DS cartridge with an encyclopedia that chronicles the entire series, and a DVD with a Gyakuten Saiban animated short from the 2006 Tokyo Game Show. The DVD is nice, but the encyclopedia is the killer addition. It has concept art from the series, a summary of the cases and character profiles from the eccentric cast. Interesting to note is that while Gyakuten Saiban 4 is rated CERO "A" (similar to the ESRB "E") the encyclopedia has a CERO "B" rating. If you can’t afford the limited edition set, you’ve got to pre order the game. People that pre-order get the set of Red Odoroki headphones pictured on the left.