Posted on January 17 2015 by Victor Vega
After France made the Skull Kid figure available as a pre-order bonus for the Limited Edition Majora’s Mask New Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo UK doing the same thing shortly after, and then GameStop adding a Majora’s Mask pin as a pre-order item for Code Name S.T.E.A.M., it seemed as though there wouldn’t be any more bonuses announced for the game. Well, as of today, that’s not really the case. With less than a month before Majora’s Mask 3D is officially released, and a plethora of extra goodies available left and right, Amazon Japan decided they wanted to join in on the fun.
Anyone who pre-orders a copy of Majora’s Mask 3D through the Japanese Amazon website will also receive a set of 24 postcards. These postcards will feature official art of the game. The image used to promote this bonus gives us a clear view of 4 of them, which specifically showcase art that is brand new for the remake. The remaining 20 are too close to accurately describe, though from the little we can see it seems that most of them will feature individual characters from the game.
With so many bonuses available for Majora’s Mask 3D, it’s odd to see even more start to pop up, especially with how little time is left before its release. Regardless, these postcards are definitely pretty neat and I would love to see them come to the West in some way. It could help make up for the extremely small amount of Limited Editions that were made available. What do you guys think? Should these also be brought over to NA and EU or should Nintendo stop milking the Majora’s Mask cow already? Let us know in the comments below!