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Burn to Fight with this unboxing of King of Fighters XIV

Atlus and SNK’s King of Fighters XIV will have a toasty ‘Burn to Fight’ Premium Edition.

The King of Fighters

Ready to hit retail (tomorrow) for the PS4, King of Fighters XIV is looking like a fighting game that should get gamers amped. While And it’s about time. While King of Fighters has been popular for a long time, the series honestly hasn’t had any major evolutions for a while. KoF XIV however, changes that nicely.

“Fine tuned gameplay tweaks”, new controls, 50 playable characters, and 3D graphics (a first for KoF) all sounds great. If you’re a fan already, there’s plenty of incentive to come back and play again. And if you’re not, then the new additions should be enough to pique some interest. Plus KoF is just plain fun in (almost) any form. So there’s that too.

Burn to unbox

But what about that unboxing I mentioned? Well it turns out that the the Premium Edition is loaded with cool stuff. Officially dubbed the The King of Fighters XIV “Burn to Fight” Premium Edition, this box definitely doesn’t skimp on the cool. Here’s what’s included:

  • SteelBook® – The game disc will be encased in a collectible SteelBook® emblazoned with the series’ fiery mainstay, Kyo Kusanagi, literally burning to fight.
  • Art book – This 144-page art book will be filled with original character/stage drawings from throughout the series.
  • 3-Disc Soundtrack – Those looking for an audio fix will be able to enjoy a three-disc soundtrack (housed in a gorgeous Mai Shiranui illustrated case) comprised of 60+ electric songs worthy of the greatest fighting tournament in the world.
  • Collector’s Box – All the above items will be packaged in a scorching box adorned with familiar characters.

Wanna see it all unboxed and shown off? Hit play on the vid below.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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