Nintendo released a staggering amount of promotional items the world over for the recent launch of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D. Most regions, including the UK, made available a Skull Kid figurine for gamers who pre-ordered the game, while retailers like GAME opted for paperweights of Majora's Mask instead. Another retailer, ShopTo, gave out Majora necklaces. Gamers who pre-order Code Name: S.T.E.A.M in some territories can also nab a Majora's Mask pin, and those with a few extra bucks to spend could have picked up a poster and a steel book case with the collector's edition. There are even more bonuses, like Zelda-themed carrying cases, as well; all told, there's a lot of Majora's Mask 3D gear to collect.

Japanese gamers were given a lot less options. While a few of the aforementioned items were made available in the country, Amazon Japan offered its own exclusive pre-order bonus: a set of 24 postcards featuring concept art. The cards feature art from pretty much everything in the game, including all the masks, transformations, and even some more prominent side-quest characters. They're one of the more stylish pre-order bonuses we've seen, so we thought we'd share a few photos so we can all envy Japanese gamers together.

Check out the images below for a close up of all 24 postcards. Would you have preferred these over the other pre-order bonuses available in your country?

Majoras Cards 1 6
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Majoras Cards 19 24