Little Busters! Ecstasy unboxing

As promised, here’s the Little Busters! Ecstasy unboxing. It took a while since I broke my camera and had to get a new one. This might also be the last unboxing since nobody really seems to care about them.

This is the first edition of the game.

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Rin needs a bigger presence on the cover.

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The user manual. Like the original, there’s a user and technical manual. And once again, the user manual is the only one of interest.

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The new winnable heroines are on the left. Saya is the one that interests me most, but nobody beats Rin. The manual seems to have had less effort put into it than the original. It’s probably because they assume people already know about the story/characters.

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Game disks. Am I the only one who thinks Rin should be rolling around with the cats on disk 2?

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There’s a card for every girl. There’s also a trading card set of Little Busters!, but I’m not sure if these are from that set. There obviously a lot more in that set than included with the game.

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Arrange CD. I’d probably never listen to it.

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Very… brown.

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Natsume siblings’ radio show. I’m going to listen to this because Rin is in it. The CD says “Natsume brothers” on it. Are they trying to tell us something? >.>

For anyone waiting for the review, it’s still going to be a while. I haven’t been playing it much lately due to real life.

Where to buy:  Amazon (first edition), Amazon (regular edition), (How?)

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8 Responses to Little Busters! Ecstasy unboxing

  1. Malek86 says:

    The new arrange disc is not as Semicristalline. But I see this time it’s at least got a proper CD case.

  2. Reikon says:

    Even though it has a regular CD case, I still prefer the one from the regular edition of the game since it includes character art instead of pictures of scenery. I still haven’t listened to either one of them though. I hear the game music enough as it is.

  3. Malek86 says:

    Well, only good tracks from Ontology I believe are tracks 1 and 3. Oh yeah, the final one is ok too, but I prefer the game version. On the other hand, Semicrystalline has a good number of nice tracks, and only two or three bad ones.

  4. Mycstea says:

    The card game currently spanned 284 normal cards and 32 promo cards, including the 9 above…

  5. Amy says:

    Well, only good tracks from Ontology I believe are tracks 1 and 3. Oh yeah, the final one is ok too, but I prefer the game version. On the other hand, Semicrystalline has a good number of nice tracks, and only two or three bad ones.

  6. Clannad Man says:

    Hi Reikon. Do you know what the catalog number of the Natsume Brothers radio CD is? Typically the number can be found on the inner clear portion on the back side of the CD, and looks like ‘XXXX-XXXX’. I am working on cataloging Key CDs and do not have information on this one, so if you could provide it to me it would be very much appreciated.

  7. Reikon says:

    IFPI 28U3 is on the clear part of the back of the CD, or so I think. It’s freaking hard to read.

    But then there’s also IFPI L153 on the data (colored) part of the CD.

  8. Clannad Man says:

    Are there any other numbers on the back of the CD? Typically one would expect 4 letters followed by a dash and 4 or 5 more numbers. I was expecting ‘LBTS-0000’. Thanks for your help!

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