Otome Visual Novel OZMAFIA!! Getting Limited Edition

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Earlier this year, MangaGamer jumped into the realm of otome games with OZMAFIA!! by Poni-Pachet. This unique take on the Wizard of Oz gained traction when it released via Steam and MangaGamer’s own site.

Now they’ve put together a limited physical edition to satisfy OZMAFIA!! fans. The game includes both a disc and Steam key as well as a two-sided DVD cover. Also included in the set are six pins featuring Axel, Caesar, Caramia, Kyrie, Pachet, and Scarlet.

The OZMAFIA!! Limited Edition will cost $39.95 and be available exclusively from MangaGamer. Pre-orders are open now prior to the release date of December 12.

 

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