Mine! All mine! My Dengeki G’s Festival Vol.6 is here! This issue features Yoake Mae yori Ruri-iro na. Mainly Feena of course. :3
Due to some unfortunate coincidences, I had to collect it from the DHL warehouse. Let’s just say that DHL certainly knows how to keep their operation cost down… Searching for a warehouse in the middle of a run-down industrial district, in the rain without a map and an umbrella, is a lot of trouble for one Amazon order.
So was it worth it? Somewhat I guess.
The magazine comes with a Feena dakimakura cover (which is what everyone wants), a two-sided pencil board and a train pass holder (most useless invention ever). Or should I say that the magazine is really the come-with, since it’s really just nonsense and fluff with the same AkeRuri pictures you have seen 100 billion times before in various magazines.
The pencil board is actually not bad. It has Feena with that new what’s-her-face girl from the PS2 version of AkeRuri on one side.
And the lunar princess herself on the other side. The quality of the pencil board is no different from the bought ones. Then again, pencil boards don’t exactly cost much.
The pass holder is rubbish. Useless. Especially since it’s not even Feena on the design. Lame.
Of course, the dakimakura cover is what everyone is swooning over. And it’s probably worth the list price, even though it’s nowhere near the quality of COSPA products. Then again, it’s ￥7,000 less than a COSPA dakimakura cover.
If you had gotten dakimakura covers from any other magazine bundles before, you should know that the material used for these is pretty shiny and feels very smooth. But the design always looks faded compared to the ones printed on normal cloth material.
Amazon JP still has G’s Festival Vol.6 in stock for ￥1,980 and the item can be shipped internationally. It’s pretty good value for money if you are dying for your next Feena fix.
P.S. I actually finished Really? Really! yesterday after a whole day of non-stop clicking. It’s awesome. But the review will have to wait.