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Idea Factory International has recently announced that upcoming RPG Dark Rose Valkyrie will be getting a limited edition release. With preorders starting May 8th, those looking forward to the game can get their hands on all sorts of special physical merchandise wrapped up in a pretty collector’s box. The game will be releasing on the PlayStation 4 on June 6th in North America and June 9th in Europe.

Before gamers can start playing the game of betrayal and chimera monsters they’ll be able to preorder a limited edition physical copy of the PS4 game that features attractive young women wielding powerful oversized weapons. Preorders for both North America and Europe will begin on May 8th so if you’ve already preordered or were considering ordering a physical copy of the game from another vendor then you may want to take a look at these goodies and reconsider. This spiffy edition can be purchased through Iffy’s North American Online Store and Iffy’s European Online Store (link pending) respectively depending on what region you’re in.

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Cute girl. Big weapon. I’m in.

So what exactly comes with the limited edition version of Dark Rose Valkyrie? A lot of physical merchandise for $72.99, that’s what. In addition to a physical copy of the game with a reversible cover sleeve for PS4, purchasers will get an ACID Medal Pin made of antique bronze with two lapel pins to secure it. Also included is the “Anti-Chimera Interception Division Confidential Documents” Art Book featuring profiles on major characters along with the original Dark Rose Valkyrie soundtrack of 28 tracks, all wrapped up in a handsome collector’s box.

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All the goodies included in the limited edition.

If you’d like to know more about Dark Rose Valkyrie take a look at some previous news. It will be available on June 6th/9th (NA/EU) only on PS4. Preorders for the limited edition version begin May 8th.


Alexandria Taberski

Staff Writer

A tsundere lolita writing about games for the last three years. Somehow got involved in covering mobile games. Loves JRPG's and all genre's of gaming except for platform games. Platforming can go die in a fire.


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