Anima Gets an Exciting Collector’s Edition for PlayStation 4

Friday, April 29th, 2016

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Badland Games announced that they will be bring their fast-paced action RPG Anima: Gate of Memories to the PlayStation 4. In addition to this, the company has created a nice looking Collector’s Edition for fans.

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The Anima Collector’s Edition will come with:

  • Collector’s Packaging
  • The game itself on PS4
  • An art booklet
  • A set of 22 tarot cards
  • The original soundtrack
  • A 20cm high quality hand painted Resine figurine

Anima is explained here by Badland Games:

Anima Gate of Memories is a third person action RPG. The game is mostly focused on combat and exploration, but it will also have a huge roleplaying elements. While it is story driven, it doesn’t force you to ride along rails to complete it. The game gives players freedom to explore a rich world and tackle only the obstacles that they want. This way, each player can visit many diverse places and reach very different endings depending on their choices. Anima Gate of Memories is based in the international Anima Beyond Fantasy RPG books, and the game is being developed by the same team who wrote them.

You can pre-order the game now from Rice-Digital.

Anima: Gate of Memories is coming to PlayStation 4 in June.




  • Mr0303

    The game looks pretty cool and the price for the collectors edition is reasonable, so I may go for it.

  • Zeonis

    So the Collector’s Edition is for Europe only? I realize if you live in North America you can import it but…