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* The complete series Blu-ray for ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooWhereAreYou'' will come with a mini ''Scooby-Doo'' encyclopedia and a POP! keychain of Scooby.


* Inverted in the modern trend of including software games (or at least a code for an online game) with many otherwise substandard toys. Also, due to the small size of USB drives, the toy itself often serves as the software!
* Most Japanese game preorders come with at least a Telecard set of certain characters in fanservice moments, most of the time for the guys to gawk at their girls.



* ''VisualNovel/LuxPain'' for the DS came with an art booklet.



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* ''VisualNovel/LuxPain'' for the DS came with an art booklet.


** ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie2TheSecondPart'' has a Rex Dangervest minifigure and a Plantimal[[note]]previously bundled in a LEGO Store-exclusive polybag[[/note]] in its Target-exclusive release.

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** ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie2TheSecondPart'' has a Rex Dangervest minifigure and a Plantimal[[note]]previously bundled in a LEGO Store-exclusive polybag[[/note]] in its Target-exclusive release, and Emmet and a giant LEGO heart[[note]]previously bundled in a Target and Wal-Mart-exclusive polybag[[/note]] in its Wal-Mart-exclusive release.


** In early 2019, Wal-Mart helped promote ''The LEGO Movie 2'' by bundling the previous LEGO movies together with ''VideoGame/LEGODimensions'' minifigures of Wyldstyle, Gandalf, and Batman[[note]]the Batman from the Creator/DCComics dimension, as opposed to the one from ''The LEGO Movie''[[/note]].

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** In early 2019, Wal-Mart helped promote ''The LEGO Movie 2'' 2'''s theatrical premiere by bundling the previous LEGO movies together with ''VideoGame/LEGODimensions'' minifigures of Wyldstyle, Gandalf, and Batman[[note]]the Batman from the Creator/DCComics dimension, as opposed to the one from ''The LEGO Movie''[[/note]].


* ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie'' Everything is Awesome Edition 3D Blu-Ray combo pack comes with a Vitruvius minifigure and a "3D photo" of Emmet.

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** The first movie's
Everything is Awesome Edition 3D Blu-Ray combo pack comes with a Vitruvius minifigure and a "3D photo" of Emmet.Emmet.
** ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOBatmanMovie'' came with a Batgirl minifigure at Target, and a miniature Batmobile set at Toys 'R' Us.
** ''WesternAnimation/TheLEGOMovie2TheSecondPart'' has a Rex Dangervest minifigure and a Plantimal[[note]]previously bundled in a LEGO Store-exclusive polybag[[/note]] in its Target-exclusive release.
** In early 2019, Wal-Mart helped promote ''The LEGO Movie 2'' by bundling the previous LEGO movies together with ''VideoGame/LEGODimensions'' minifigures of Wyldstyle, Gandalf, and Batman[[note]]the Batman from the Creator/DCComics dimension, as opposed to the one from ''The LEGO Movie''[[/note]].

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* ''VideoGame/{{Wasteland}}'' came with the famous Paragraph Book. Due to the technical limitations of the game itself, the story of it was in form of separate, physical script, with game prompting player to read the right paragraph. This served three different purposes: reading the story without the prompts made it look as completely different genre (with mission to Mars being the final goal), fantastic copy protection (players absolutely needed the thick manual to play at all) and allowed to make the game absurdly open-ended in its design, since the paragraphs allowed to wander in any direction without disrupting the plot of the game or need to trigger specific event flags.

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* ''VideoGame/ArcanumOfSteamworksAndMagickObscura'' came with a massive manual, written in AntiquatedLinguistics, covering all sort of things that are both related with the gameplay and, more importantly, providing an extensive insight into a lore of the world itself, often regarding things not mentioned anywhere else in the game. And a large poster with the map of the game. In the original release, the game was in a multi-disc case, containing also separate CD with OST. And beyond those, there were also boxes with a t-shirt (with box art print) added to them, with ''minimal'' difference in price of the game, thus still qualified for a Feelies.

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* Several of the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' games came with additional props or books that tied in to the game universe.
** The "Limited Collector's Edition" for [[VideoGame/MassEffect1 the first game]] included a 36-page booklet, ''Galactic Codex: Essentials Edition 2183'', that gave a general overview to the lore, creatures and planets found in the galaxy, along with an artbook and bonus DVD. The Polish Collector's Edition had all that, plus an [=N7=] t-shirt, mousepad branded with the USS ''Normandy'' and a USB drive with the franchise's logo on it.
** The Collector's Edition for [[VideoGame/MassEffect2 the sequel]] had a unique feelie in the form of a "Cerberus Network" card, which had a code that could be redeemed for additional content (later included standard in all subsequent PC digital releases). The set also included a comic book, an artbook and a making-of DVD.
** [[VideoGame/MassEffect3 The third game's]] Collector's Edition has an [=N7=] fabric patch, a lithography of the ''Normandy [=SR2=]'', an artbook and a comic book.
** ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'' inverted this with its "Collector's Edition", which included either a diecast or remote-controllable replica of the [=ND1=] Nomad, but did ''not'' include the actual game (but did include a steelbook to put it in). As a result, some retailers that sold the CE bundled a standard-edition copy of the game with the pricier item.

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* ''VideoGame/SpaceQuestIIIThePiratesOfPestulon'' included an Andromedan cutout mask.


* Every ''VideoGame/SwordQuest'' game came with a [[ComicBook/SwordQuest comic book]] that was an integral part of the contest tied to both of them; the games would provide cryptic clues that pointed to a panel & page number that had a hidden word on it. Finding all of the words (and using an even more cryptic hint in the beginning of the comic to discern which were red herrings) and ordering them would allow you a chance at the grand prize.

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* Every ''VideoGame/SwordQuest'' game came with a [[ComicBook/SwordQuest comic book]] that was an integral part of the contest tied to both of them; the games would provide cryptic clues that pointed to a panel & and page number that had a hidden word on it. Finding all of the words (and using an even more cryptic hint in the beginning of the comic to discern which were red herrings) and ordering them would allow you a chance at the grand prize.



* ''VideoGame/GranTurismo 5'' had several special editions. The American Collector's Edition included a custom-etched keychain, a 1:43 scale model of the Nissan GT-R, a 300-page APEX Magazine book with hints on driving technique, tuning & future technology, a download key for five unique "Chrome Line" edition cars and a Certificate of Authenticity. The European version included all of these extras, with the exception of the scale GT-R. The Euro/Australia/New Zealand-exclusive Signature Edition contained the APEX book, another coffee table book of cars and locations, a GT-branded wallet and USB pen drive, custom-etched keychain, a download voucher for the five "Chrome Line" cars as well as one for six unique "Stealth" edition cars and a 1:43 scale Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. The wallet even contained an entry card for a [[IKnowMortalKombat Gran Turismo Academy]]-style competition where the winner would receive an ''actual'' Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG.

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* ''VideoGame/GranTurismo 5'' had several special editions. The American Collector's Edition included a custom-etched keychain, a 1:43 scale model of the Nissan GT-R, a 300-page APEX Magazine book with hints on driving technique, tuning & and future technology, a download key for five unique "Chrome Line" edition cars and a Certificate of Authenticity. The European version included all of these extras, with the exception of the scale GT-R. The Euro/Australia/New Zealand-exclusive Signature Edition contained the APEX book, another coffee table book of cars and locations, a GT-branded wallet and USB pen drive, custom-etched keychain, a download voucher for the five "Chrome Line" cars as well as one for six unique "Stealth" edition cars and a 1:43 scale Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG. The wallet even contained an entry card for a [[IKnowMortalKombat Gran Turismo Academy]]-style competition where the winner would receive an ''actual'' Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG.



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* ''WesternAnimation/RugratsGoWild'' had a scent card that you had to scratch off when a number came on screen. The fourth ''Film/SpyKids'' movie did something similar.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RugratsGoWild'' had a scent card that you had to scratch off when a number came on screen. The fourth ''Film/SpyKids'' movie ''Film/SpyKidsAllTheTimeInTheWorld'' did something similar.


** The case for the ''[[CompilationRerelease Fallout Anthology]]'' was a feelie itself! It was a roughly 1:1 scale replica of the Mini-Nuke weapons from the game, and pressing the radioactivity symbol causes it to play a standard "bomb drop" sound followed by the series normal "Experience earned" sound effect. Unscrewing the top reveal discs of the first five ''Fallout'' titles (sans the infamous ''VideoGame/{{Fallout Brotherhood Of Steel}}'', as it has fallen into CanonDiscontinuity and wasn't released on PC in the first place), including a space for the then-upcoming ''Fallout 4''.

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** The case for the ''[[CompilationRerelease Fallout Anthology]]'' was a feelie itself! It was a roughly 1:1 scale replica of the Mini-Nuke weapons from the game, and pressing the radioactivity symbol causes it to play a standard "bomb drop" sound followed by the series normal "Experience earned" sound effect. Unscrewing the top reveal discs of the first five ''Fallout'' titles (sans the infamous ''VideoGame/{{Fallout Brotherhood Of Steel}}'', ''VideoGame/FalloutBrotherhoodOfSteel'', as it has fallen into CanonDiscontinuity and wasn't released on PC in the first place), including a space for the then-upcoming ''Fallout 4''. 4''.
** The $200 ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 76}}'' Power Armor Edition includes a wearable [=T-51B=] power armor helmet, a glow-in-the-dark terrain map of West Virginia where the game takes place, 24 collectible ''Fallout'' figurines, an exclusive Tricentennial steelbook, and a West Tec bag. Buyers were outraged that after a long delay, the bag was made out of nylon rather than canvas as advertised, and after people were displeased with Creator/{{Bethesda}}'s compensation of 500 Atoms ($5 of in-game currency), Bethesda promised to ship out canvas bags.



* [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]]'s Limited Edition of ''Franchise/{{Danganronpa}} Another Episode: [[VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls Ultra Despair Girls]]'' includes a Warriors of Hope pin and tie clip, and Kurokuma's eye patch and tie. The Japanese Limited Edition includes a coffee mug.

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* [[Creator/NipponIchi NIS America]]'s Limited Edition of ''Franchise/{{Danganronpa}} Another Episode: [[VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls Ultra Despair Girls]]'' VideoGame/UltraDespairGirls'' includes a Warriors of Hope pin and tie clip, and Kurokuma's eye patch and tie. The Japanese Limited Edition includes a coffee mug.



* As well as a soundtrack CD and artbook, the NIS America Limited Edition of ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' also includes a Monocoin replica, the "I'm sorry, I was born stupid" sticker from Chapter 3, and Monokuma-themed sunglasses. The Japanese Limited Edition includes a Monocoin replica, a small medal of the Hope's Peak Academy logo, Monokuma and Monomi keychains, and a plush of Monokuma's head.

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* As well as a soundtrack CD and artbook, the NIS America Limited Edition of ''VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2'' ''VisualNovel/Danganronpa2GoodbyeDespair'' also includes a Monocoin replica, the "I'm sorry, I was born stupid" sticker from Chapter 3, and Monokuma-themed sunglasses. The Japanese Limited Edition includes a Monocoin replica, a small medal of the Hope's Peak Academy logo, Monokuma and Monomi keychains, and a plush of Monokuma's head.


** ''The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard'', an ActionAdventure GaidenGame prequel taking place a few centuries before the main series takes place, includes the first Feelie for the series in the form of ''A Pocket Guide to the Empire''. The ''Pocket Guide'' is a booklet which gives the first detailed look at the setting of the ''Elder Scrolls'' universe written from a ([[UnreliableNarrator sometimes unreliable]]) in-universe perspective, with notes and sketches added by the previous owner in the margins.

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** ''The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard'', ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsAdventuresRedguard'', an ActionAdventure GaidenGame prequel taking place a few centuries before the main series takes place, includes the first Feelie for the series in the form of ''A Pocket Guide to the Empire''. The ''Pocket Guide'' is a booklet which gives the first detailed look at the setting of the ''Elder Scrolls'' universe written from a ([[UnreliableNarrator sometimes unreliable]]) in-universe perspective, with notes and sketches added by the previous owner in the margins.


** ''VideoGame/{{Trinity}}'' had a really cool paper sun dial for you to construct, as well as a comic book on the history of the atomic bomb.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Trinity}}'' had a really cool paper sun dial for you to construct, as well as a tongue-in-cheek comic book on the history of the atomic bomb.bomb (which doubled as hints to the time travel mechanic.)



* In Germany, people who preordered the Royal Edition got:
** A sword (a full-size replica of the in-game sword Kilgorin, or Elexorien in some cases. About 80cm long, stainless steel)
** A letter opener version of a similar sword
** A full game world map
** The Knight Shift Soundtrack (and when it got published, a discount on the Two Worlds soundtrack)
** A T-Shirt
** A leather organizer with matching multi-purpose pen (red biro, black biro and pencil)
** A set of playing cards

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* ** In Germany, people who preordered the Royal Edition got:
** *** A sword (a full-size replica of the in-game sword Kilgorin, or Elexorien in some cases. About 80cm long, stainless steel)
** *** A letter opener version of a similar sword
** *** A full game world map
** *** The Knight Shift Soundtrack (and when it got published, a discount on the Two Worlds soundtrack)
** *** A T-Shirt
** *** A leather organizer with matching multi-purpose pen (red biro, black biro and pencil)
** *** A set of playing cards


** ''VideoGame/{{Wishbringer}}'' came with a ''The Legend of Wishbringer'' novella and a magic stone.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Wishbringer}}'' came with a ''The Legend of Wishbringer'' novella and a magic magic[[note]]glow in the dark[[/note]] stone.

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