DoDonPachi Saidaioujou For 360 Will Be Region Free

Friday, May 10th, 2013

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Dodonpachi Saidaioujou art covers

When DoDonPachi Saidaioujou wasn’t announced for localization, while DoDonPachi Resurrection was, many shmup fans were quite disappointed, especially those who didn’t own a Japanese  Xbox 360. In a shocking twist, it seems Cave has got our backs, and has announced via twitter that the game will be region free like a few of their other titles.

Like most of Cave’s bullet hell titles, DoDonPachi Saidaioujou comes in two versions: the regular and limited edition.  The limited edition comes with a  steelbook case, the Basiscape DoDonPachi Saidaioujou 360 edition arranged soundtrack CD, the Basiscape DoDonPachi Saidaioujou arcade edition soundtrack CD, A4 premium setting materials, A4 sized special sticker x 3 types, a DoDonPachi Saidaioujou toresetsu pencil board, and an original illustration A4 package. If you’re not interested in paying a heavy sum, you can always settle for the regular edition, which is sold at $73.90 USD.

DoDonPachi Saidaioujou is an Xbox 360 exclusive title, and will arrive on store shelves in Japan on May 30th of this year.

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