Unpleasant celebrate the 6th anniversary from Love Live: Sunshine!! and Aqours, Bandai Namco announced the We Are Challengers Project. One aspect of the project that was revealed was an official box set of the first and second seasons of Love Live: Sunshine!!, as well as the film, which will go on sale on March 29, 2022.
To promote sales of the Blu-Ray box set, Bandai Namco unveiled the pre-order box art for the set.
The price? A whopping 41,800 yen, which is roughly equivalent to about … $363.00. Yay!
To offset that price, those who pre-order the Blu-Ray box will receive a variety of goods per store they wish to pre-order, including huge towels, tapestries, clear files (a classic!), exclusive artwork, card holders, and conversation cast CDs. between the voice actors.
Are you considering pre-ordering? Let’s break down what you get and where below!
What do the different pre-order shops offer for the box set?
As is a Japanese tradition, each store offers a different exclusive item as an incentive to pre-order the box set in their store.
From each you get:
- A-On STORE: A huge microfiber cloth with the Blu-Ray box illustration
- Animate: An exclusive B2 tapestry with Guilty Kiss, a clear A4 file and an acrylic key ring
- Gamers: Either a CYaRon! B2 carpet or a CYaRon! cardholder
- Soramap/Animega: both an AZALEA B2 carpet and a card holder
- Amazon: A Cast Discussion CD Featuring Uranohoshi . Sophomores
Have a nice trip and good luck with getting your pre-order in!
What else is part of the We Are Challengers Project for Sunshine?
The We Are Challengers project is, well, a bit of a wild thing! Some of the things that have been announced at the moment include an artist collaboration between Aqours and Hatsune Miku, an AU fantasy spinoff comic Yohane, a short film called Today’s Aqours, a special MV of the song Future Flight, the sixth LoveLive! concert of Aqours, a collection of lyrics, a book with every member of Aqours and much more.
It is clear that even though the television series is for Sunshine!! is over, Bandai Namco has no intention of giving up on the group and still wants to support them come what may, with brand new live concerts and events to keep the series alive.