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Mana Khemia 2: Ochita Gakuen to Renkinjutsushi Tachi Limited Edition

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Price: $95.00
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Item Number: GUST-00010
Publisher: Gust
Jan/UPC Code: 4943015040608
Update: May 29, 2008
«©NCSX» Fans of Mana Khemia not content with just the regular edition of the game may pay an additional $40 for the limited edition. What do you get for the extra dosh? A nifty diorama which features Roseluxe and Ulrike in SD form inside a workshop.

Vain Aureolus, Philomel Hartung, Gunnar Damm, and the other heroes from the original Mana Khemia have moved on and a new cast of characters star in the sequel. Players join Roseluxe Meitzen (blue-haired lad on the game cover) or Ulrika Myberg (blonde lass) in a new adventure where the two heroes are incoming students at an academy of alchemy known as Al-Revis.

As the story begins, the school has lost its luster as the premiere vocational institution for aspiring alchemists due to student body apathy and the gradual dissipation of Mana. As a sort of parallel, the academy has also physically fallen from the air to ground level. To rectify its flagging status, the prefects decide to expand the school's specialties to include other disciplines outside the alchemical arts. Roseluxe and Ulrika view alchemy differently and take divergent paths to reach their goals. Roseluxe harbors ill feelings towards alchemy while Ulrika embraces it. The new students spend their time in class and out in the wilds hunting for ingredients, reagents, and monsters. The highly detailed item creation system from the first Mana Khemia returns where weapons and equipment may be synthesized for use by party members.

Bonus Puni Schwag
All preorders will ship with a bonus blue Puni "jelly" toy that looks like mochi (rice cake). It's squishy and sort of sticky to the touch. As a word of caution however, please note that the Puni is not food although it looks like a big blob of candy.

View the back cover and screenshots on the main NCSX website.

Region Lock-out
Please note Japanese Playstation 2 games will not boot on USA or European PS2 consoles due to the inherent region-lockout on Playstation 2 game discs.

This document is ©NCSX 2008. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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