How to buy Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax

How to Buy Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax From PSN

Don’t spend $90 in play-asia for Japanese yen PSN store cards. For only $60 you can buy enough HKD PSN store cards for Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax. And you still get the fast delivery of the PSN codes as well as a digital download that can be game shared.

Step 1: Create a Asian PSN Account.

To buy Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax with HKD, your’e going to need a Asian PSN account. Go to the “Account Registration” site, and click create account.

Now go ahead and fill out your information. You will need to use an email address you have not used before. BE SURE TO SELECT HONG KONG AS YOUR COUNTRY/CITY.

Select Hong Kong as your country and city
Select Hong Kong as your country and city

Do the same for the address information in the next section. Your address does not have to be a real one. You should just skip the billing section as you probably don’t have any HK Credit cards.

Select Hong Kong as your country and city
Select Hong Kong as your country and city

Your account should now be created, you can log into it on your PS3 now or later.


Step 2: Buy 400HK  Worth of PSN points.

From what I’ve seen online, play-asia has the best offer one these, plus there well known and reputable. It will take two 200 HK cards if all you want is “Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax”. They say digital, but they are scratching the cards there and then scanning them to your play-asia account. This is definitely faster than having a PSN card mailed to you, or waiting for the game in the mail. However depending on your time zone it may still take a few hours.


Step 3: Add the Points to Your Account.

I’d recommend doing this online since you are already on your computer. Go to your account, and add the “Pre-Paid Points”


Step 4: Buy Dengeki Bunko Fighting Climax for HK$348.00

That was a lot cheaper than buying two cards for 4000 yen…


Step 5: You’re Done…

Just wanted to note that once you have downloaded the game, you can play it on your NA/EU account, and even game share your Asian account to play with “other PS3’s you might own”.

If you want to learn more about the game, the best place to go will probably end up being Mizuumi.