Fate/EXTELLA Celebration BOX for PlayStation 4
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Fate/EXTELLA Celebration BOX for PlayStation 4

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  • A Variety of Fate Universes Collide - Not just Fate/EXTRA Servants, but characters from Fate/stay night, Fate/Apocrypha, Fate/Grand Order and other Fate continuities make their appearances here
  • A Brand-New Story from Acclaimed series Author, Nasu Kinoko - As the original creator of Fate/stay night and the scenario writer of Fate/EXTRA, Nasu Kinoko has created a completely new scenario for Fate/EXTELLA, evolving his highly celebrated universe and characters
  • A Large Story Told from Different Perspectives - The story is told from the independent perspectives of three heroine Servants, augmented by various side stories that help supplement the main storyline
  • A New Way to Battle - As the first action game in the Fate series, players will finally be able to control a Servant and perform various moves, including a powerful form change ability to transform Servants. Engage in intense battles on the ground or in mid-air to annihilate the enemy forces!
  • Combatants from Across the Fate Universes Join the Fray – In addition to the 16 original Servants from Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star, 10 characters from other Fate series will enter battle as playable Servants, including Astolfo, Scathach, and Francis Drake
  • Hunker Down in Base Camp – Players can move freely around their army’s base camp—a medieval cathedral raised into the sky—and interact with their Servants to build meaningful bonds
  • Polished Graphics and Battle Mechanics – Players can experience refined combat mechanics and graphics through the game


Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star
The Moon Cell Automaton is a spiritron computer, which exists on the moon and has the power to grant any wish. All across the spiritron-constructed virtual world, SE.RA.PH., Servants and the Masters who control them fight for the right to be the Moon Cell Automaton’s one owner in a ceremonial conflict known as the Holy Grail War.

Now, the Servant Nero Claudius and her Master have won the Holy Grail War and have obtained the universal wishing mechanism, the Holy Grail.

They also obtained the Regalia, a ring that proves their kingship. With it, they rule over their once-enemy Servants and start a new beginning on the moon’s new world.

But a new enemy has appeared before them. And this enemy has something that shouldn’t exist: another Regalia.

Fate/Extella Link
Picking up where the story ended in Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star, Fate/EXTELLA LINK expands the roster of playable Servants with 10 new legendary heroes added to the original selection of 16.

These new Servants hail from other entries in the Fate series and include the likes of Astolfo, Scàthach, and Francis Drake. The high-speed action gameplay of Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star continues with improved visuals and new battle mechanics in both single-player and an added multiplayer mode supporting 4-on-4 online battles.

Players will also be able to move freely around their new base camp—a medieval cathedral suspended in the sky—and interact with Servants to build bonds with them, taking on side missions that further flesh out their backstories.

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further info

Original Name  ふぇいとえくすてら せれぶれいしょんぼっくす
Official Release Date  Feb 11, 2021
Genre  Action
Version  Japan
  CERO C (15+)
PAX-Code PAX0010913252
Catalog No.  MARV-32186
Item Code  4535506303264
Players  1
Product Measures 47cm x 34cm x 7cm

Box contents
  • PS4 Game: Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star / Fate/EXTELLA Link
  • EXTELLAgotchi
  • Special Illustrated Box
  • Illustrated Chara-Fine Graph (A5) by Arco Wada
  • Fate/EXTELLA Link Celebration BOX-exclusive Nero Bridal Gown DLC *While supplies last.
  • Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star Costume Set Product Code (PlayStation 4 version only, Nintendo Switch already included) *While supplies last.
  • Fate/EXTELLA Link PuniPuni Costume Set Product Code (PlayStation 4 version only, Nintendo Switch already included) *While supplies last.

customer reviews

Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes: 12

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Baikaiya (1) on 30, Jul. 2021 10:15 (HKT)
Absolute Banger
Note that this is Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star in case you are unsure as it doesn't say "The Umbral Star" on it. Also, it comes before Fate/Extella: Link. I haven't played that one yet, but you are probably going to want to play this one first as to not be confused.

A very nice game. Quite text-heavy, but it is fully voiced. I also really liked the story. My only experience with Fate comes from Fate/Kaleid Liner Prisma Illya, but I didn't really watch that for the story if you know what I mean, and that was a spin-off. There might be some characters or concepts you are unfamiliar with, but most are explained in story or in the in-game encyclopaedia. Game play is fun, but I found the normal difficulty a bit too difficult and mainly played on easy so I could enjoy the story more. The Switch isn't very accurate at keeping track of play time, but it says I played over 35 hours. I did the main story and a little bit of side content, so about 30 hours is probably a good estimate for the main story. You could very well pour 100 hours into it if you wanted. As for the actual item itself, there is some nice artwork of the Umbral Star inside and a small manual. I really liked that as most other Japanese games I have gotten have had no artwork, manual, reversible cover, or even text on the inside, making them feel real bland. The artwork is nice and makes it feel very fancy.

I paid about $42 for it, and that was a pretty good price for the game. There is also a "Best Price" version. It was $50 when I bought this, but it might be lower now, so check both out to get the best deal.
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oscar.rios.1990 (32) on 23, Jun. 2021 11:15 (HKT)
Great game
As difficult as it is to find the American version today, this multi-language Japanese edition is perfect
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ghostlyavenger (47) on 29, Mar. 2019 11:01 (HKT)
Good game, great performance
If you like fate series, this game delivers. it has a good story and the performance is great, I hadn't experienced any staggering. Both in handheld and docked it works great. Even with the amount of enemies that sometimes fill the screen.
voices in Japanese and subtitles in English.
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kburton64 (11) on 22, Mar. 2019 21:01 (HKT)
Looks cool!
Haven't played yet, but I have to say I love the artwork on the case. Nice collector's piece at the very least, but I'm sure the game will be great too
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carlospenajr (98) on 12, Feb. 2019 19:33 (HKT)
Good upgrade
If you liked the original Fate/ Extella, this "link" version is a must, with more characters and stages
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