NISA EU Online Store Opens Today


Europe is often forgotten when it comes to marketing some video gaming memorabilia and limited editions. As a European, I myself have often found myself looking over the Atlantic Ocean with a green gaze of jealousy. Certain limited editions never find their way to the European Union and neither do a crate-load of those shiny figurines that come from American or Eastern shores. Loot Crate springs to mind, a fantastic way for any gamer or geek culture lover to pad out their collections, has only just started offering UK subscriptions. The same can be said for the NIS America store. Those special edition Disgaea 4’s have never felt the embrace of European arms – until now. Why now? Well today, NIS America announced they’re opening an EU storefront.

As of right this very moment, Europeans can make their merry way over to the NISA EU Online store and pre-order three delectable limited editions. These are Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited (PlayStation Vita), Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair (PlayStation Vita), and Fairy Fencer F (PlayStation 3). Each one will come with its own veritable smorgasbord of franchise-focused yummies which have been denied from Europe for oh so long.

As of July 14th, the option will also be available for preordering Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth: Wild Cards Edition (3DS). This version will be available with an Art Book, selection of cards, and the shiniest 3DS case you ever did see. Not to mention a spare “:” key for your keyboard when you’ve worn it out telling friends and loved ones the game’s title.

Now, if you don’t mind, I’m off to preorder my copy of Disgaea 4 and get my PlayStation Vita charged up.


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