Cruise along on this Slime segway in Dragon Quest X

11:00 PM on 07.16.2014

Brittany Vincent

Associate Editor

Mall coppin' on my Slime

Dragon Quest X will receive a retail release, but with a catch: there will be no cartridge inside. Instead, in the retail packaging, you will receive a code to download the game from the Nintendo eShop, a 60-day online play voucher, a poster, and a Lemon Slime Board Prism. To use your Lemon Slime Segway you will first have to get a Dollboard and then use the Dollboard customization shop to change it into the Lemon Slime.

Retail purchasers will also receive five Large Experience Point Ancient Documents that instantly give players 1000 experience points for each one used. Players will also recieve a Casino Coin ticket redeemable for 1000 Casino Coins. A lottery card is also included that will give players items like 100 mini-medals, Dollserine fuel for the Dollboard, or MP-recovering water.

Dragon Quest X releases September 4 for the Nintendo 3DS in Japan.

Dragon Quest X For 3DS Retail Version Includes A Slime Segway, But No Cartridge [Siliconera]

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