I admit, I really like Cheritz’s games. I plan on always buying their boxed editions from now on. That leads me to their second game, Nameless. While I enjoyed Dandelion more, Nameless certainly has a lot to offer. The box cover has an air of mystery to it and only really makes sense after you have played the game. While the cover looks nice, it does not show off any of the characters. However, the cover is so symbolic that I am willing to let that slide.
Much like Dandelion, this box edition came with a drama CD and a soundtrack.
This game also came with a installation disc. I know that some of the oldest boxes of Dandelion came with an installation disc, but mine did not. The installation disc (left) and the drama CD (right) are in the same box.
The soundtrack is on two discs. The left disc is primarily the background music while the right disc is primarily the character’s themes. Yujin’s theme is my favorite theme by far. It has a violin and piano combination that is hauntingly beautiful and matches his character really well. The soundtrack has pretty much all of the background music from the game.
The drama CD has two tracks on it. Track one is a mini drama that lasts about 12 minutes. Track two is a free talk that lasts 51 minutes. The first track is scripted where as the second track is literally just them talking and joking about things.
Also, Zion looks adorable~
After taking the booklets out of the cases since they were getting marks on them, the box is really stuffed. You cannot buy this box anymore as it was a limited edition, but if you ever see one on eBay or some other equivalent, I would recommend it.