The Tales of Berseria Famitsu DX Pack includes the game (PS4 or PS3 versions), herbal plus the following items:
A 21cm plush of Bienfu.
Two A3-sized posters by ufotable (one illustration features an image of Velvet used in Weekly Famitsu before, link and one featuring new art exclusive to the bundle).
A set of 6 acrylic key chains.
And a set of 6 visual clear folders.
The official retail price of the entire bundle is 12,800 Yen.
The following international shops offer the Famitsu DX Pack:
- Play-Asia (169.99 USD): PS4 Famitsu DX | PS3 Famitsu DX
- Nippon Yasan (128.83 USD): PS4 Famitsu DX | PS3 Famitsu DX
- Nin-Nin Game (137.40 USD): PS4 Famitsu DX | PS3 Famitsu DX
(Personal hint: Though this isn't set in stone, and you can follow my advice at your own risk, but if you're planning to get a special bundle, you might as well get the Famitsu DX one. From history, the West branches of Bamco usually bring over what the Lalabit Market bundle has for the localized collector's edition, so you just might end up with double stuff or double chibi kyun chara figures like I did if you get the Lalabit Market one. That's just me, though. Again, follow at your own risk!)
If you're able to tolerate a little bit of a workaround, you can try buying directly from the shops via a proxy or a middleman. Companies like this exist, which will buy the item for you directly from the shops and then ship it to you once available. This of course comes with a small fee, but will usually be cheaper as compared to buying from other shops (or at least, from Play-Asia).
- Ebten (12,800 Yen Tax inclusive, ~115 USD) - Famitsu DX Bundle (PS4 or PS3)
For proxies, I personally recommend FromJapan. I use them for all my Japan purchases and never had a problem whatsoever. What you do is you provide them the shop direct links above and they'll pre-order the item for you.