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Like A Dragon: Ishin Deluxe Pack Includes Life-Size Tapestry

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As the release date of Like A Dragon: Ishin approaches, Sega released details on the game’s various physical bonuses. One pack even includes a “life-size” wall scroll (called a tapestry in Japan) of protagonist Ryouma Sakamoto. These are only announced for Japan.

An update to the official Japanese website for Like A Dragon: Ishin (called Ryu ga Gotoku Ishin Kiwami in Japan) unveiled the game’s various pre-order bonuses and physical editions. The most luxurious pack is the Super DX pack, sold on the Sega Store via online retailer Ebten for 19,899 Yen (about $149 USD). A version without the tapestry goes for 12,419 Yen (about $93 USD). The pre-order bonuses are currently only offered for the Japanese PS4 and PS5 editions of the game.

The life-size tapestry of Ryouma Sakamoto shows him wearing a Shinsengumi uniform with sword drawn. It’s over 200cm long (about 6.5 feet), and made of suede.

Besides the aforementioned tapestry, the Like A Dragon: Ishin Super DX pack also includes a bamboo folding fan with two designs. One side bears the crest of Ryouma Sakamoto, and the other side bears Saito Hajime’s crest. Another item is a sitting cushion. The top has a stylized rendering of the game’s logo illustration, while the bottom shows a collection of all the characters’ crests. Finally, a six-sticker set of the principal characters’ family crests is included, alongside an extra large bromide card of the poster illustration.

Other retailers will stock various pre-order bonuses for the standard editions of Like A Dragon: Ishin. The bonuses include things like tatami-style coasters, wooden plates with Ryouma’s crest, buttons, stickers, keychains, and bromides of the characters.

Like A Dragon: Ishin launches on February 21, 2023. It’s headed to the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC.

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Josh Tolentino
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