chris-littlechild - February 13, 2016
As we know, special editions of the biggest AAA games are a hell of a thing. Whether it's a limited edition, collector's edition or whatever else they've called it, it's a big deal. Oftentimes, retailers will compete over whose package is bigger (no, that's not a dick joke), as they cram DLC, statues, soundtracks and all kinds of other exclusive content in there.
These are, natch, going to be more expensive than if you're just buying a plain ol' copy of the game like some kind of peasant. Sometimes, there's some quality memorabilia in there that series fans will be happy to drop the dollar dollar bills yo on. Other times, publishers are just taking the piss, and you're paying for a terrible keyring or poster or something.
And then there's the Dying Light Spotlight Edition, which costs $10 million. Yup, really. This offer appeared on Game's website, and is limited to one –presumably batshit crazy—customer.
What do you get for ten million dollars? A supporting role in Dying Light: The Movie, a fancy-ass trailer on set, professional acting lessons, a screening tour with first class flights and accommodation… You also get to voice Kyle Crane and take nine buddies to the opening night, should you have that many friends left now that you're some kind of amazing up-your-own-ass celebrity.
Then you get, thrown in as a bit of an afterthought, the game itself. Four copies of it, signed by the dev team. I don't know about you, but I'm going to save for… about three centuries and get in on this. Only $9,999,950 to go!
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