Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA X- Limited Pre-Order Bonuses

the Project DIVA X website just got updated with a list of bonuses/tokuten you can get by ordering Project DIVA X from different stores!

They do remind you that all bonuses are limited, so you have to pre-order as early as possible!

here’s the list with links (NOTE: some stores doesn’t take pre-orders outside of Japan) :

- Amazon: Original Custom Theme for PS Vita

- COMG!: Original Quo Card (illustrated by Saine)

- enterking: Original Postcard (illustrated by Suzunosuke)

- WonderGOO: Original B2-sized Tapestry (illustrated by Hidari)

- Animate (all stores + online shop): Original B2-sized cloth tapestry (illustrated by Honyalala)

- Animega: Original A3-sized clear poster (illustrated by TNSK)

- Amiami: IC Card case with original neck strap (illustrated by Y-Ojisan)

- Imagine / Imagine Web Shop: Original B2-sized tapestry (illustrated by Fuzichoco)

- Original postcard (illustrated by Nidy-2D-)

- Gamers (all stores): Original B2-sized tapestry (illustrated by Rella)

- Game Shop Takarajima: Original fabric A3-sized poster (illustrated by Gagame)

- Geo: Original steelbook (disc-storage type) (illustrated by toi8)

- Seagull: Original Quo card (illustrated by Tama)

- Theta: Original Quo card (illustrated by Tama)

- Joshin: Original PC wallpaper (illustrated by Hoshima)

- Stellaworth: Original can badge (illustrated by Hoshima)

- SEGA Store: Original B3-sized tapestry (illustrated by KEI) (No preview available)

- Sofmap: Original B2-sized tapestry (illustrated by KEI)

- Toranoa (some stores + mail order): Original micro-fiber cloth (illustrated by Ichiyo Moka)

- Trader: Original Telephone card (illustrated by Tokichi)

- Neo.Wing: Original micro-fiber towel (illustrated by LamazeP)

- Fammys: Original A3-sized tapestry (illustrated by bob)

- FamilyMart: Original desk calendar (illustrated by Akiakane / Amemura / Awashima / 456 / Shinohara Tamotsu / PinocchioP / Yu)

- Loppi / HMV: Originl 15cm x 15 cm micro-fiber cloth (illustrated by Arisaka Ako)

There’s also the Accessory Set you can buy, the set includes a PS Vita shoulder pouch, and an A4-sized cleaner cloth (illustrated by KEI)

Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA X- will be released in Japan on March 24th 2016 for the Playstation Vita


I’ve never been one for FPS’s like Medal Of Honor but Warfight looks really good, Amazing graphics and some new toys in the story line. (but the story and online looks a lot like other games that have been announced /eyeroll) But I really like the look of the gameplay footage they showed today. I think I might actually by this war based came, unlike battlefield and the new black ops (never once bought a war game like this (aka modern day type war) and the pre order bonus’s are looking pretty snazzy too if you want to see that click ME

Video Game Pre-orders Ruining Video Games, Claim Video Game Pre-Orderers

Numerous skill bonuses have gamers who pre-ordered The Last of Us worried that pre-ordering in the video game industry can’t be stopped

The recent announcement of The Last of Us Remastered, and more specifically its list of pre-order bonuses, has caused an outrage from the internet gaming public. The anger stems from a number of pre-order bonuses which would give players perks both in the single as well as multiplayer facets of The Last of Us Remastered, and despite their protestations those who pre-ordered the game feel helpless to stop these game-breaking changes.

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anonymous asked:

Do you have to get the collectors edition of ninja storm to get the pre-order bonuses or can you just pre-order the normal version and still get the bonuses?

it varies from country to country but i’m sure regardless of the localization at most you’d get a poster with the game if you just pre-order the standard version. In general for all countries, to receive the dlc bonus you have to pre-order the game so it doesn’t matter if you go for collectors or standard version as long as it’s pre-ordered you’re guaranteed the DLCs.

Depending on the store you go to, they throw in a couple of bonuses like posters or figures (if you reside in North America that’s all they will receive). For example GameStop in America offers this for a bonus if you pre-order. But America does not offer a collector’s edition.

For the collectors edition (which is in exclusive to Europe), it will include the artbook, figures and some goods.

Getting bonuses depends on where your localization is at.

So rather than being able to proudly show off my copy of Cyber Sleuth, I’ve spent the morning dealing with Amazon and Royal Mail because the package arrived without any contents.  I then found out that the physical copy of Cyber Sleuth is sold out (yay?) and will be worth about £15 more than I paid for when back in stock!  I’ve got a guarantee for the original price if I reorder, but then I’ll miss out on the pre-order bonuses.  So I’m probably just going to buy it on the ps store.  If it’s really good I might buy the physical copy at a later date… we’ll see.

  • So I pre-ordered Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth for the ps4 awhile ago (I live in the US) and I got all the promised pre-order bonuses except the ones I really cared about; Beelzemon and Cherubimon. Do I have to wait till later in the game to get them? I literally got all the other bonus items and Digimon except those 2 and it's really bugging me cause Beelzemon is like my 2nd fav Digimon ;w;
Hitman gets a stylish new trailer as first PS4 exclusive contract is announced

Square Enix has released a new trailer for its upcoming open world and episodic Hitman game, which launches on 11 March. Alongside the trailer, new details have been released regarding pre-order bonuses and the exclusive “Sarajevo Six” contracts coming to PS4.

Players who pre-order the game on PS4 will receive the Requiem Pack – a set of in-game items including a white suit, silenced pistol and an explosive rubber duck. The first exclusive contract was revealed as well, which takes place in Paris, the game’s first location, and is called The Director.

Hitman is being released on 11 March for £15. This initial release includes the base game, the Paris location and all associated missions. From April additional locations and missions will be released, one each month, starting with Italy, then Morocco, Thailand, the US and Japan.

These releases make up the game’s first season, but it appears more will follow. The PlayStation Blog describes the episodic structure as so:

“The episodic nature of Hitman allows us to craft both individual stories centred on Agent 47’s targets as well as longer season stories involving 47, Diana Burnwood, the ICA and an entirely new main cast.

"The structure is inspired by contemporary TV series’ and will unfold over multiple seasons. To begin with, the overall story and the individual mission stories run in parallel but as the first season progresses, the tracks will merge and become one.”

All this comes ahead of the game’s beta, which begins on PS4 on 12 February before it hits PC on 19 February. The beta is automatically open to anyone who pre-orders the game on either platform, but as-of-yet no Xbox One beta has been announced.

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