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Square Enix announced a bunch of different first-print bonuses that fans can get for Dragon Quest Builders, which will likely be a difficult choice for some of you guys looking to pre-order the game. [Thanks, Game Jouhou.]

First-Print Bonus:

 

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The above is a look at the Japanese-style first-print bonus, which includes cherry blossom trees that you can grow to pretty up your village.

 

Square Enix  e-Store:

 

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The Square Enix e-Store bonus is the “Slime Pattern Block Recipe,” so you can decorate buildings with Slime wallpaper.

 

The following bonuses from the retailers consist of a set that includes a “Battle Ticket” and “Blueprint Set.” These items can be used in the Free Build Mode. Upon using a Battle Ticket, it’ll bring out an army of monsters, and defeating them will get you a original blueprints that are used to create nostalgic pixel art characters from Dragon Quest III.

 

Amazon.co.jp:

 

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Death Knight & Armor Knight Army + Dragon Quest III Mage (male) blueprint set.

 

Aeon:

 

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Killing Machine & Hunter Mech Army + Dragon Quest III Sage (female) blueprint set.

 

Game Tsutaya:

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Gold Golem & Skeleton Solder Army + Dragon Quest III Priest (male) blueprint set.

 

Bic Camera/Sofmap/Kojima:

 

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Beawarewolf + Ghost Army + Dragon Quest III Monk (female) blueprint set

 

Yodobashi Camera:

 

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Wizard & Dracky Army + Dragon Quest III Warrior (female) blueprint set.

 

Lawson/MiniStop:

 

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Dragon & Slime Army + Dragon Quest III Hero (male) blueprint set.

 

Dragon Quest Builders will release in Japan on January 28, 2016 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PlayStation Vita.

Sato
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