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Xenoblade 3 Collector’s Edition

Let’s see what’s in the box

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The long-awaited Collector’s Edition has finally arrived. This is a quick post about what’s in the box.

The physical copy of the game was sold separately, and they have a coupon for customers who have ordered the game to redeem the items in early October. I’m not sure why we have to wait for two months. It is the Japan edition without any localization, which means the content of it hasn’t been translated. But I don’t mind it at all.

The box is larger than I expected, something smaller than an A3-sized piece of paper. It contains a steelbook for the cartridge and an art book. And that was it. To be fair, the price was very reasonable considering the previous release of Xenoblade 2 was significantly more expensive than the current game.

This is the second Collector’s Edition I have ever owned. The first one is Octopath Traveler. I usually prefer art books than figurines because most of the time they aren’t done right. But, of course, this is a personal preference.

The last thing I want to say is, I’m pretty much suck at photography. I myself can’t stand the quality of the pictures that I have taken. So, my apologies.

This is #Day71 of #100DaysToOffload.