Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers European limited edition announced
posted on 07.23.13 at 02:44 PM EDT by (@salromano)
Includes 18cm Seiya figurine, collector's box, and DLC.

Similar to the Japanese version, the European version of Saint Seiya: Brave Soldiers will also receive a limited edition.

The European limited edition is largely similar to the Japanese one. It will include:

  • A copy of the game
  • Exclusive customizable 18cm Seiya figurine with Pegasus armor
  • Collector’s box
  • In-game Seiya’s cloth DLC

A price has not yet been announced.

View a high-res version of the Seiya edition at the gallery.

Save $3 with the coupon code "GEMATSU"
  • Lelouch Vi Britannia

    I’m still happy that this game is getting an American release. Just wish it would also be through Physical release.

    • Kuma Kabo

      Out of all of the games out there, I’m not sure why anyone would be asking for one of the millions of DBZ Budokai clones. Anime-based fighting games are just…ugh.

      • KnifeAndFork

        I want to punch you. What do you want….more FPS and sports games?

        • Lelouch Vi Britannia

          I know enough with the redundant FPS Oversaturation and boring sports games.

        • Kuma Kabo

          JRPGs, Visual Novels, actually balanced and fun fighting games, there are a TON of great, unlocalized games out there. Instead of getting those, we get a mediocre-at-best 3D fighter based around a semi-obscure anime.

  • xavier axol

    that’s my childhood right there, I remember Saint Seiya been as popular as dragon ball in latino America and round the world except for the u.s.
    though I can’t blame them, the dubs were terrible and made it unwatchable.

    ps. I want that seiya figurine with the Pegasus armor real bad!, so that I can play with it along side milla from tales of xillia, and pretend that they’re making babies (that’s where my goku figurine comes in).

  • ( `Д´)ノ)`ν゜)

    Why Namco thinks this would sell more than ToH R is beyond me.

    • dzeidzei

      I believe this series is somewhat popular in France at least. Then again, I guess many other animes are too.
      Also, there are of course a lot more PS3’s around than PS Vitas.

      • Zharkiel

        France, Italy, Brazil, Mexico… Tales doesn’t even come close to Saint Seiya’s popularity in those countries.

  • Zharkiel

    Manga colors figure, euros are so lucky >: