I'm in the same boat as Cyril. Shame they didn't have release date delivery for this one but I guess they only do that for bigger titles.
They probably have to arrange for it, whereas being a big release is a secondary concern. Strange Journey and 3D Dot Game Heroes had it yet they're definitely not in the same league as, say, Halo: Reach or Modern Warfare 2. I'm guessing Xseed probably could've gone for it given all the shipments on Monday but didn't pursue it or whatever.
Alternatively, less "big" and more "significant", there's clearly a sizable enough MegaTen fanbase that it'd be worth the effort, and 3D Dot Game Heroes was plausibly worth the effort given how Demon's Souls turned out. Also, it's worth remembering most (if not all) of these 'Release Date Delivery' games are shipped about a week in advance, so in order to get that we'd actually have to wait longer
in contrast to just shipping the game out with no street date.