And not just any replica rifle, a replica matchlock one!
To mark the 30th anniversary of strategy game Nobunaga’s Ambition, Koei Tecmo is releasing a very unusual, limited edition bundle, 4Gamer reports.
Here’s what it contains: Windows versions of all thirteen Nobunaga’s Ambition games (some have revamped content), a twelve disc soundtrack set, an art book, and an original Nobunaga’s Ambition matchlock replica, complete with the game’s logo, Nobunaga’s family crest, a serial number, and a display stand. Yours for 52,500 yen plus tax (around $US520).
There’s also another bundle that includes everything but the gun, and it’s priced at 31,500 yen or around $US310. Both bundles go on sale September 20 in Japan via Koei Tecmo’s online shop.
Nobunaga’s Ambition might be most familiar to Western gamers because of the Nintendo DS spin-off, Pokémon Conquest.
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