Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Limited Edition Unboxing

I have managed to tear myself away from Super Mario Odyssey for a little while, as I have a couple of other games that I want to give my attention to as well. One is Fire Emblem Warriors, and the other as you may guess from the title of this post is Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon.
This post will pretty much be the same deal as my previous Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Limited Edition Unboxing post: photos of the items taken on my phone’s camera.
If I had the space and resources, I would consider doing a video unboxing, but alas I don’t. As such, you’ll just have to put up with photos from my phone. Let’s waste no more time here and take a look at the Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Limited Edition.Nights of Azure 2 was delivered in a purple box that had been very well taped. After eventually getting into it, I was presented with a lot of bubble wrap – with larger than usual bubbles. Unwrapping that, I finally got to the actual box for the game and other contents.
As such, let’s start by taking a look at said box.


The front of the box


The image above is either side of the box.


The back of the box.

The top of the box has the title printed on it, whilst the bottom has the typical trademark stuff. It looks pretty great, but now I’ll be taking a look at the items contained within the box.
Might as well start with the actual game itself.


Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Nintendo Switch cover


The back cover.


Here’s the inside of the case.

At least they didn’t leave it blank on the inside, but minus points for having half of it being taken up by their warranty service.
So that’s the game itself, now it is time to take a look at the items that came along with it.


The official soundtrack, which contains 2 discs.


Disc 1, which has 37 songs.


Disc 2, which has 31 songs.

I’ve found that when I’m writing – whether it be a novel or short story or whatever – having music with no lyrics is a pretty great way to aid concentration. It also saves me from having to search out OST playlists on YouTube, which is nice.
I might hold off on listening to this until after I’ve finished the game, though I haven’t even listened to the soundtrack CD from Fire Emblem Echoes yet…
Moving on, we go from aural stimulation to visual stimulation with the official artbook. I’ll put up a photo of the front cover, and a couple of pages from within.


The Official Art Book


You can expect to see this particular piece of artwork again in this post.


Another couple of pages from the art book.

We now come to three items that I really quite like, though I’m not sure I have the means to put them on display at the moment…
They are cloth posters, which are all different sizes.


The first of the cloth posters.


The second cloth poster


Told you that you would be seeing this piece of art again.

As you can see, they were all folded up inside the box. I guess ironing out the creases is a possibility, though I’d need to check whether that is actually safe or not before doing that.

Finally, those of us who pre-ordered the game also got sent a code for pre-order DLC. Naturally, I received the code before I got the game… The DLC includes three Servans, and a special costume for Aluche. Here’s a screenshot of said costume:Scarlet Stripes

That pretty much covers everything – which is something you can’t really say about Aluche’s Scarlet Stripes costume…
This weekend is going to be a particularly enjoyable one for me – I’ve got Fire Emblem Warriors, Super Mario Odyssey and Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon to enjoy.
I’ll also be going to Comic Con, and new episodes of Love Live! Sunshine!! and Dragon Ball Super will be my anime highlights of this weekend. In fact, Caulifla is in the spotlight of the next Dragon Ball Super at the time of writing, so expect coverage from me for it.

About Rory

I enjoy writing, manga, anime and video games, so naturally here on my blog, you will find anime reviews, Nintendo news and other such things that I deem interesting.
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2 Responses to Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Limited Edition Unboxing

  1. The Otaku Judge says:

    I probably won’t buy this game because I never got round to finishing the first one. The limited edition stuff looks very nice though. I especially like that sexy pic from the art book.

  2. Pingback: Thoughts on Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon | Rory Muses

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