Sorry if this has already been answered before but are PS3 users getting anything else besides the game maybe like a digital download of the soundtrack or maybe some sort of art book and such with the purchase of the game? I want to get this game but unfortunately my money is limited and there are many games coming out in the next 3 months that I want =(. It would kind of be a kick in the balls if we only get a digital version of the game while the xbox360 gets such an awesome LE.
PS3 users will be getting a number of DLC in-game content packs for free. A digital download soundtrack is an interesting idea, though. I'm not sure what the logistics of that might be. I'll talk to my co-workers in the know on Monday, and see if I can find out if that might be a possibility.
This question is directed specifically towards Belisarius:
I'm very interested in this game, and I live in Mexico. Still, the Mexican PSN store is sorely lacking many of the contents that have been already available in the US store, even while we run the exact same games.
Since Agarest is going to be available as a digital download, not like usual, I'm kind of wondering... Is it eeeeeever going to pop up in the Mexican store-of-sorts? Any info would greatly appreciated.
I will look into this on Monday, but my completely unofficial guess would be "maybe". I believe that we released some BlazBlue DLC that was (eventually) available in Mexico, but I'm not sure if a) we really did and b) if this would fall under the same sort of thing. I will try and get an answer for you next week, and hopefully it will be positive.
I believe the lack of content on the Mexican PSN is because a lot of companies (i.e., us) are only authorized to distribute to certain regions of the globe--North America, for instance. There are reasons this makes sense from a physical product standpoint (customs fees can get prohibitively high), but the model seems, as I'm sure you would agree, a little out-dated when it comes to digital content. Of course, I--sadly--do not get to dictate policy, but I will see what I can find out re: your concern.
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