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NEWS – Class of Heroes 2G Set for Boxed PS3 Release, Very Limited Print Run

If you are a game collector or want to sell this on eBay in a few years to make a couple extra bucks, buying a copy of this super rare PS3 version of Class of Heroes 2 is the way to do it. MonkeyPaw just released this news about the physical disc version of Class of Heroes 2.

MonkeyPaw and GAIJINWORKS are proud to announce they have gathered enough support and will release a limited edition physical, boxed version of Class of Heroes 2G for the PlayStation 3.

Once the pre-sale wraps up on July 25, 2014, that batch of orders will be the only production run done. This will make Class of Heroes 2G one of the rarest boxed games in existence.

The limited edition physical package will entail a double-sided package cover insert, full color ink-scented manual, full color disk art and a serial numbered hologram attached to each game package.

CoH2G_PS3 coversheet

The limited edition physical copies of the game will be available for purchase for $49.99 (+$4 shipping) directly from the GAIJINWORKS website at www.gaijinworks.com. The digital version of Class of Heroes 2G will continue to retail for $34.99.

To celebrate the rallying support of fans worldwide MonkeyPaw and GAIJINWORKS are also hosting a giveaway for simply ordering a copy through the pre-sale.

Every person who orders a copy will be entered into a giveaway to win a Tomba! plush. For the duration of the pre-sale, each copy ordered will count as an entry and will carry over each week until July 25, 2014.

Class of Heroes 2G is an epic dungeon crawling RPG uniquely set in the environment of an adventuring school, Crostini Academy of Adventuring Arts. Players can participate in almost 100 quests, encountering over 100 death-dealing Labyrinth maps teeming with 250 different monster types. Exclusive to the North American version is a dual-screen control feature that allows players to use a PlayStation Vita or PSP to control the PlayStation 3 game.

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