Rabi-Ribi PC Limited Edition Is Now Up For Pre-order

Friday, January 6th, 2017

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Sekai Project have announced that their bunny girl platformer/bullet hell hybrid Rabi-Ribi will be getting a limited edition, sold exclusively on the Sekai Project webstore. The limited edition will contain the following items:

  • Two can badges
  • Soundtrack CD containing select songs from the game
  • A 100+ page artbook
  • Four postcards
  • A collector’s box
  • A download code for the base game, artbook and OST DLC on Steam (No physical game disc is included)

All preorders come at 10% discount off the regular retail price of $60 before the LE ships in March 2017. Additionally, Sekai Project posted on their Instagram that only 1000 copies of this PC limited edition will exist and there will be no reprint.

If you want to purchase this limited edition, you can do so on the Sekai Project online store by clicking here.

Rabi-Ribi is out now for PC via Steam. A version of the game for both PS4 and PS Vita is also planned.

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  • Mr0303

    That’s pretty cool. Hopefully they’ll do a similar edition for PS4/Vita with the physical game inside.

    • Panpopo

      The announced a limited run partnership a while ago, and as I recall this is one of the games. Nothing fancy with the releases like this one – just physical copies.

    • Mr0303

      I’m not a big fan of the Limited Run business model, but it is better than nothing.


      I agree. I wish they would do a preorder system more often but they dislike doing it due to unpredictability, which I understand.

      At least with them doing it we’ll get an actual physical copy of Rabi-Ribi.

    • Mr0303

      I doubt that many people actually cancel their preorders especially for niche games like that. Plus if they had leftover stock they can always sell it later.

      I prefer the way Signature Edition Games are doing it – you get budget titles at a higher price, but often with some great bonuses. This way you are directly supporting the developer. Something from Limited Run games may end up on eBay and the same or even more money go to a scalper who had 0 interest in the product.


      That is true especially for physical PC visual novels, but a large number of Limited Run’s market are people that don’t intend to actually play the games, so it would make sense that sealed collectors and scalpers would congregate to their shop. Plus their game quality is questionable at times, their January lineup consits mainly of $5-10 games at jacked up physical prices. However, we are getting a mystery $39.99 Japanese developed Vita game next month so that is something to look forward to.

      I personally thought Fangamer’s release of Shovel Knight was handeld the best – do a limited physical release of a high quality, highly requested game and give plenty of time for people to preorder it to deter scalpers. Would like to see them tackle more games in all honesty. Eastasiasoft are also getting into physical printing via Play-Asia, so LRG will be in proper competition soon enough.

    • Mr0303

      I forgot about the crowd who collects for the sake of it.

      More companies doing physical releases is very welcome. LRG can cater to one market and do their thing as long as there are other options.