Publishers Namco Bandai released their RPG game Fragile-Dreams-Farewell-Ruins-of-the-Moon in Japan recently. The initial reception has been good, Fragile-Dreams-Farewell-Ruins-of-the-Moon was the #2 best selling game of the week.
They've clearly put some artistic effort into the packaging and this is what awaits gamers inside the box:
Post-apocalypticness embodied in a disc.
If you haven't heard of Fragile-Dreams-Farewell-Ruins-of-the-Moon before, this is the intro video:
It's currently unknown whether Fragile-Dreams-Farewell-Ruins-of-the-Moon will make it to the US or Europe. Here's hoping.
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