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SEGA of Japan will release CD & Blue Ray for its PSO 15th Anniversary Concert

As we have previously reported, SEGA of Japan will celebrate a PSO’s 15th Anniversary with a concert titled “Symapathy 2015” on November 23rd 2015 at the Pacifico Yokohama National University Hall (Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan). They announced today a CD live recording and a Live Blue Ray of the event performance will be released next year. Both products will contain an exclusive code for the PSO2 game, but since we don’t have that tile in the west we won’t be able to use it in case we get the goods.

Release and preorder dates for both products are the following:

“PSO” series 15th anniversary concert “sympathy 2015” Live Memorial Blu-ray

  • On sale March 24, 2016 (Thursday)
  • Preorders start on March 21, 2016 (Mon) (※ during Phantasy Star Thanksgiving 2016 event)
  • Price: 8,100 yen (including tax)
  • Preorders special price: 8,000 yen
  • Bouns Items: 15th Anniversary illustrations micro fiber cloth, game code for items, PSO 15th anniversary logo sticker

“PSO” series 15th anniversary concert “sympathy 2015” live memorial album

  • On sale February 25, 2016 (Thursday)
  • Preorders start on February 20, 2016 (Saturday) (※ Phantasy Star Thanksgiving 2016 Osaka venue)
  • Price: 4,104 yen (including tax)
  • Preorders special price: 4,000 yen
  • Bonus items: 15th Anniversary illustrations sticker, PSO 15th anniversary logo sticker, game code for items

In addition, in case you are foreign like us and still want to watch the concert, SEGA has teamed with Japanese Stream service Nico Nico for live Pay Per View and re-run transmissions.

“PSO” series 15th anniversary concert “sympathy 2015,” x Nico Nico Stream iformation:

In case you are in Japan on that date you can get your tickets in this link starting on sale this October 17th. The price range is the following: SS class seat: 9,500 yen (tax included), S class seat: 8,500 yen (tax included), A class seat: 7,500 yen (tax included).


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