Danganronpa 1 & 2 Reload To Have A Staggering 21 Preorder Bonuses

By Eugene . September 12, 2013 . 4:29pm

Fans of despair-inducing, murder mystery, music-rhythm and language learning Danganronpa have been waiting for the re-release of its first two games, collectively titled Danganronpa 1 & 2 Reload. Now, the extra bonuses for purchasing the compilation at different shops have been announced, and it’s a staggering 21 different types of items ranging from clear files to telephone cards and more. We’ve grouped them according to type.


Clear Files

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GEO, Animate and Sanyodo all get clear files (Left to right respectively)


Telephone cards

Telephone cards for those who need an emergency call in Japan can be had by purchasing SOFMAP’s, Anibro’s, Comroad, or Traders (Left to right respectively)

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Tosho/Quo Cards/IC Stickers

Fammys picks up a Tosho card (Used to pre-pay for book purchases)


Seagull (left) and Ami Ami (right) gets a QUO card (Another pre-paid card usable at restaurants, convenience stores and the like)


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Arguably, if you’re looking for bang for buck, these are probably worthwhile if you use their stored values quickly.


NeoWing has an IC Card sticker (For sticking on train cards, not your actual identity card)



PC/Smartphone wallpapers

Seven Net Shopping and Happi Net Online have the bonuses most likely to appear online in a short bit – A digital wallpaper (left) and a PC/Smartphone wallpaper (Right)


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Furohon has a beautiful, old-school water-style poster (Below)



While Imagine picks up a nice bonding moment bookmark (Very useful for holding your place instead of dog ears!)



Stellaworth gets TWO items: An A3 microfiber towel and an A4 clear file



Futaba Books proves even keeping your breath minty fresh requires a cool case, with a free mint case cover for their order bonus.



Enterking has one of my personal favorite forms of bonus materials, a postcard



HMV is still surviving in Japan, and picks up a character badge



AZ Market Zone has a useful (and work-safe!) tumbler.



Finally, Rakuten has an original bromide card. Bromide is a Japanese term referring to commercial photographic portraits, not necessarily on actual bromide paper. Or even of portraits, as the case may be.



And there you have it. 21 (whew!) different pre-order bonuses. Pick your store! Danganronpa 1 & 2 Reload will be out for the Sony PlayStation Vita next month on the 10th in Japan.


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  • Cheesy04

    When I read the headline I thought there were only 21 pre-orders for Danganronpa Reload.

  • Sacchan

    I wonder if there are some people in Japan that pre-ordered 21 copies of the game to get all the bonuses…

    • MasterScrub

      I would say ‘there’s no way someone would be that crazy’ but… you never know.

      • Taedirk

        But Japan. So yes, there’s going to be at least one otaku with all 21.

        • Scissors

          I wonder if that person would keep all the copies, or try to sell them/give them away.

  • Brandonmkii

    Spoilers ahoy!

  • Junko Enoshima

    dang these are perfect ;D

  • British_Otaku

    21 preorder bonuses probably the highest I know… >_>
    Fortunately no game content is being locked away, so I could preorder with a pretty clear conscience and barter clear files and telephone cards with friends.

  • Luis Camargo

    Does the game have furigana ? It would help me a lot while playing.

    • Ren


      • Luis Camargo

        Since it was written language learning in this news, I thought it could have. No problem, I provavly import it anyway.

  • Croix Zapp

    Any announcement for NA?

  • Detrimont

    (for 2 i mean)

  • I hope these bonuses get localized too.

    • Ouch My Head Said Dionysus

      Yeah, like the pre-paid book and restaurant cards, because that’s a thing here.

  • Carlos Luis Ayala

    Got to be a record

  • DyLaN

    Holy DR1 & 2 crossover :O

  • TheExile285

    Too many different Vita tags lol

  • ZekeFreek

    “We got all this extra artwork laying around, what do we do with it?”

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