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SMT 30th Anniversary Goods Include Tarot Cards

Atlus revealed the merchandise that it will sell for the 30th anniversary of the Shin Megami Tensei (SMT) series, with tarot cards being among the goods. You will be able to purchase them at the commemorative event at KT Zepp Yokohama May 5-6, 2023. They will also be available afterwards. [Thanks, Game Watch!]

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Some items, such as the ema and artwork by character designer Masayuki Doi, are exclusive to people who purchase the S Seat or VIP Tickets. While Atlus has not yet revealed the prices of these items, we do know the general designs for everything. As a reminder, these items are on a first-come-first-serve basis at the event. So there is no guarantee that you can purchase something if you are too late to the vendor.

The SMT 30th anniversary goods are:

  • T-shirts (M, L, XL)
  • Hoodies (M, L, XL0
  • Face towel
  • Reusable bag
  • Mouse pad
  • Acrylic keyholders (6 variations)
  • SMT Tarot cards (2 variations; Major Arcana only)
  • Acrylic original artwork duplicate (with a serial number; only available after event)
  • Artboard (2 variations)
  • Menorah penlight
  • Silicon wristband
  • Trading acrylic keyholders
  • Girimekhala reflector
  • Stickers (2 variations)
  • Stationery set

The 30th anniversary event for Shin Megami Tensei will take place on May 5-6, 2023. You can purchase these items afterwards as well. However, it is unclear if there will be international shipping for overseas fans.

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