Asura's Wrath Pre-order special announced

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Capcom today announced Asura's Wrath pre-order special. Fans who pre-order Asura's Wrath from either Amazon, Best Buy or GamesStop will receive exclusive DLCs. Below is a list of what fans will get when they pre-order the game from one of the three retailers.

Asura’s Wrath is coming to retailers across North America on February 21, 2012 and is rated “T for Teen” by the ESRB.

Amazon: 
Fans who pre-order Asura’s Wrath at Amazon.com will earn the Devastator Pack. This includes two additional gauges in the game that allow the player to reduce damage taken by Asura, and fill his Unlimited Rage Gauge faster.

Best Buy: 
The Infinity Pack will be the reward for pre-ordering at Best Buy. Featuring the Extinguisher Mode and Zealot Mode, the Infinity Pack gives players the ability to recover more quickly from overheating due to heavy attacks and prolongs the player’s time in Unlimited Rage Mode.

GameStop: 
Those who pre-order Asura’s Wrath at GameStop will receive an exclusive combination art and comic book. Written and illustrated by the crew at Penny Arcade, the Asura’s Wrath comic book takes a hilarious “what if” look at Asura and how he would deal with everyday situations. The flipside of the book features a collection of concept art straight from the developers at CyberConnect 2. With illustrations of the Asian mythology and Sci-Fi inspired universe that makes Asura’s Wrath truly unique, the Asura’s Wrath art and comic book is sure to please any fan.

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