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Hey dudes, just a quick one.

Recently picked up this weird Japanese DVD of what appears to be game trailers for Square Enix games on the Xbox 360.

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Never heard about this before, naturally, and just wondering if anyone else knows anything more about it? It says Not For Sale on the back, so I am assuming it was given out for free, perhaps at a trade show or something similar?

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Also, what looks like reflections on the cover in the first picture aren't, the cover is kinda printed with a picture in the background that just looks like that. Any thoughts?

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I collect Japanese promotional DVDs / not for sale discs.  This is a promotional DVD with trailers, that was a pre-order bonus DVD for The Last Remnant, Xbox 360 version.

The code on the pamphlet is for extra content that came with the pre-order.

It's a neat item for sure, but it's relatively or moderately common in Japan and you can get it for not too much.   Hopefully you didn't pay a premium, as you can get it from Japan for $5-$10.

The Not-for-sale designation, or commonly in Japan "Hibaihin" [ 非売品 ] is used for a ton of different types of items, including promo's like you mentioned, trade show discs, demos, store videos, pre-order items, and more.

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Just now, spacepup said:

@OptOut

I collect Japanese promotional DVDs / not for sale discs.  This is a promotional DVD with trailers, that was a pre-order bonus DVD for The Last Remnant, Xbox 360 version.

The code on the pamphlet is for extra content that came with the pre-order.

It's a neat item for sure, but it's relatively or moderately common in Japan and you can get it for not too much.   Hopefully you didn't pay a premium, as you can get it from Japan for $5-$10.

Don't worry, optout gets shit on the cheap 🤣

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