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Japanese Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX Preorder Bonuses Include Handkerchiefs and Keychains

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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

Reservations are now open for the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Switch game Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX at game stores across Japan. The Pokémon Company revealed the available preorder bonuses for the game.

Geo are distributing a Pikachu card that can be used in the Pokemon Trading Card Game if spending more than 900 yen on Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX or Pokemon TCG. In addition, smartphone wallpapers can be obtained from several online retailers in five sizes (640 x 1,136 pixels, 720 x 1,280 pixels, 750 x 1,334 pixels, 1,080 x 1,920 pixels, and 1,242 x 2,208 pixels).

Here is the full list of Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX preorder bonuses.

Amazon

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Amazon

Original masking tape

AEON

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX AEON

Original handkerchief

Ito-Yokado

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX Ito-Yokado

Original postcard set

Joshin

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX Joshin

Original notebook

Seven Net

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX Seven Net

Original acrylic keychain

Rakuten Books

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX Rakuten Books

Original pass case holder

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon smartphone wallpapers from each online store

Amazon

Amazon wallpaper

Edion

Edion wallpaper

Joshin

Joshin wallpaper

Bic Camera / Sofmap / Kojima

Bic Camera wallpaper

Yamada

Yamada wallpaper

Yodobashi

Yodobashi wallpaper

Rakuten Books

Rakuten Books wallpaper

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Pikachu card from Geo

Pikachu card

Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX is based on the original Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS games, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team and Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Red Rescue Team, and it will come to the Nintendo Switch worldwide on March 6, 2020. A Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Switch demo is now available, and its save data can carry over to the full game.

Brian Cooper
Owner of the Japanese Nintendo blog and a gamer since the 1980s with the ZX Spectrum 48k+.