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So far, the game and downloadable content are only available in Japan.

Premium Box ExclusiveEdit

Purchase the Premium Box version of the game to receive a downloadable code. When used, this allows players to build a ninja village for their castle town. Its function may be similar to its Nobunaga's Ambition counterpart by allowing players to raise their ninja troops for espionage missions.

Mini Character Banner Collection ~Tokugawa Version~Edit

Reserve the title before its purchase date to receive a downloadable code. This grants permission to obtain banners of the uniquely playable Tokugawa characters to decorate the player's castle fortifications.

Cost
  • 100 yen (for users who didn't reserve)

Castle Map 01Edit

Lets players choose an environment for their castle grounds that mimics China's Mount Emei.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Castle Parts and Mini Character Collection 01Edit

Players can collect two Romance of the Three Kingdoms building parts, Stone Sentinels (increases maximum troop limit) and Wooden Oxen (increases happiness).

Players can also collect six mini character banners, ala the previous Tokugawa set. This set includes Nobunaga, Ranmaru, Toshiie, Keiji, Masamune and Magoicihi.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Castle Parts and Mini Character Collection 02Edit

Players can collect two building parts, Mount Fuji (increases limits of public order) and Thousand-Year-Old Sakura (raises population). These objects are harmony themed additions.

Players can also collect six mini character banners. This set includes Kotarō, Ujiyasu, Kai, , Yoshimoto and Nagamasa.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Downloadable Scenarios 01Edit

Two original scenarios. One is the Itsukushima Conflict which takes place five years before Okehazama. Just like the Nobunaga's struggle, the player can fight through Motonari's similar near-death experience and defeat his foreboding oppression. The other, Tenka Fubu, is Nobunaga's conquest for the land after conquering Mino.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Castle Map 02Edit

Lets players choose a kitty themed environment for their castle grounds. It's somewhat reminiscent of the Samurai Cats art style.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Castle Parts and Mini Character Collection 03Edit

Players can collect two building parts, Lucky Cat (increases economy) and Izumo Grand Shrine (raises recovery rate for fatigued troops). These objects are harmony themed additions.

Players can also collect six mini character banners. This set includes Katsuie, Oichi, Kenshin, Ginchiyo, Kanetsugu and Aya.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Castle Parts and Mini Character Collection 04Edit

Players can collect two building parts, Ferris Wheel (increases economy) and Roller Coaster (boosts happiness). These objects are recreational themed additions.

Players can also collect six mini character banners. This set includes Muneshige, Hideyoshi, Hanbei, Mitsunari, Sakon, and Yoshihiro.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Tie-in Collaboration 01Edit

Players can collect two mascot characters for Sato Pharmaceutical and Hokto Corporation. Sato-chan raises the public happiness ratings while Hokuto-kun boosts the recovery rate of troops. Part of a collaboration effort between the three companies.

Cost
  • Free (until January 3, 2012)

Downloadable Scenarios 02Edit

Two original scenarios. The first offers through coverage of Japan the year prior to the The Battle of Sekigahara. The player can select various clans, even those who are neutral to the conflict. The second is a "what if?" scenario. Every uniquely playable character is a daimyo and compete amongst themselves to unite the land.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Tie-in Collaboration 02Edit

Players can collect two building parts for related to Colowide Co. and Bushidoroad. They can either build an Italian restaurant called La Pausa (increases troop recovery rate) or a building called Card Fight! Vanguard (increases troop number). Part of a collaboration effort between the three companies.

Cost
  • Free

Castle Parts and Mini Character Collection 05Edit

Players can collect two Wonders of the World, the Coliseum (boosts army strength) and a Giza Pyramid (raises public order).

Players can also collect six mini character banners. This set includes Kanbei, Motochika, Mitsuhide, Nene, Masanori and Kiyomasa.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Tie-in Collaboration 03Edit

Players can collect two building parts for related to JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation and Construction Resource Research Company Corporation Limited. They can either build an ENEOS Card building (increase earnings) or a Nikken Academy (increases troop recovery rate). Part of a collaboration effort between the three companies.

Cost
  • Free

Castle Map 03Edit

Lets players choose the capital for their castle grounds.

Cost
  • 100 yen

Castle Parts and Mini Character Collection 06Edit

Players can collect three castle parts shaped after yōkai, or supernatural creatures, in Japanese mythology: yukinko (raises population), kappa (cuts costs of creating new buildings), and Namahage (boosts public order).

Players can also collect six mini character banners. This set includes Shingen, Gracia, Motonari, Okuni, Yukimura, and Kunoichi.

Cost
  • 100 yen


Tie-in Collaboration 04Edit

Players can collect their own Domino's for their castle grounds. Building it increases the amount of happiness with the populace. Part of a collaboration effort between Koei-Tecmo and Domino's Pizza.

Cost
  • Free

Tie-in Collaboration 05Edit

Players can collect their own Car Conveni for their castle grounds. Building it boosts the troop recovery rate. Part of a collaboration effort between Koei-Tecmo and Car Convenience Club Co.,Ltd.

Cost
  • Free

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