SEGA announces pre-order bonuses for Yakuza: Dead Souls

Wednesday, 18th January 2012 16:35 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

SEGA has announced pre-order bonuses for Yakuza: Dead Souls for both the US, the UK, and Europe.

In the UK, pre-order Yakuza: Dead Souls exclusively at select retailers and receive the Densetsu DLC pack, which includes 8 unlockable new weapons, 14 new firearms for your favourite lovely ladies, 8 new hostess costumes, and an assortment of extra items.

Those who live in France can pre-order exclusively through Micromania, and receive the Steelbook Edition complete with the Densetsu DLC pack plus a Tattoo sleeve. The DLC Densetsu pack is also available at select retailers in Germany.

In Spain, pre-order and receive the Limited Edition, and in Australia, pre-orders net the Steelbook Edition complete with the Densetsu DLC Pack.

Over in the US, pre-order exclusively at Gamestop and receive the Densetsu Pack plus the “God Bless America” Pack, which features bonus costumes for each of the main characters, including Kazuma Kiryu’s God Bless America shirt. The pack also includes bonus Karaoke modes for Majima and Kiryu, new cut scenes, and bonus items for the casino and upgradable weapons.

Yakuza: Dead Souls releases on March 13 in North America, March 15 in Australia and March 16 across Europe, exclusively for PS3.

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  1. NeoSquall

    Can’t find the pre-order bonuses in any of the usual UK e-retailers, can you point any I can go to, Steph?

    #1 3 years ago
  2. absolutezero

    wait wait wait. So everywhere outside of the UK in the EU gets a nice steelbook AND the DLC and we just get the DLC? Great ;_;

    Importing the American version a go go.

    #2 3 years ago
  3. NeoSquall

    @2 Everyone outside UK?

    Are France and Spain everything else in the Europe outside of UK for you?
    I live in Italy and, by the look of it, we get nothing with Dead Souls, save for a higher price for the same game and not even a localization of the subtitles (which is not entirely wrong, given the average quality of the latest Italian localizations).

    #3 3 years ago
  4. absolutezero

    No offense meant for lovely other European countries. I simply meant the all the areas already mentioned in the press release. I know its pretty bad in some areas of the EU.

    #4 3 years ago

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