Aksys Store Exclusive Preorder Bonuses for Exist Archive Announced

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

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Aksys Games have announced on social media that all pre-orders of Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky from their online store will come with an artbook and soundtrack CD.

The side-scrolling RPG, developed by Tri-Ace, released in Japan on December 17th last year with similar preorder bonuses alongside a reversible cover. It will be releasing in North America physically and digitally on October 18th and digitally in Europe on the same day.

You can check out the Facebook post below and preorder for PS4 here and PS Vita here. Bare in mind the Aksys Store will not ship to the PAL region, so European customers will not be eligible for this.

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  • Panpopo

    Hopefully this pre-order bonus will also be available on sites like video games plus for international purchases.

  • STiger

    Wonder if they’re going to butcher its localization… they haven’t had the best track record as of late.

    • Jeremy Barnes

      It’s like something happened to Atlus that may have affected their management and quality…Anyways, RPGs are tough and complex games to translate so you should judge them on how they translate something like…oh, Sonic.

    • tBanzai

      Aksys. Not Atlus.