What’s in the Box? – Anima: Gate Of Memories Beyond Fantasy Edition

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Yesterday we had a special delivery that came out of nowhere. Man was I suprised to see NIS and Badland Games send over the Anima limited physical edition dubbed the Beyond Fantasy Edition.

Join me as we take a first look at this box set before anyone else.

If you want to get your hands on this check here, but the supply is limited.


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  • Mr0303

    I quite liked the game and got the limited physical edition when it released last year. It’s a decent hack and slash action RPG, but some of the boss battles are a bit unbalanced.

  • catazxy

    For that price its a steal.

  • Louis

    I tried playing the PC version, but it was so badly optimized it couldn’t play for more than two minutes without crashing.

  • Mr0303

    That bad, huh? I didn’t encounter any glaring issues when I played it on the PS4.

  • Because devs actually care about PS4 unlike PC LMAO.

  • catazxy

    I played for 1-2 hours on pc with no problems, you can try to look up some forums for help…

  • Laytonaster

    I have on XB1. The game runs surprisingly well for an indie game, and on console.

  • Louis

    I mean, I’m honestly not an expert on these things, maybe it’s an issue with AMD drivers or something. I’ve been able to run games like Brutal Legend and Metal Gear Rising, so I know I’m capable of playing middle to high-end 3D games, but with Anima my cooling fan kicks into overdrive right from the title screen. And if I didn’t skip the opening cutscene, it’d crash in the middle of that too.