Next week, the PlayStation 2 will celebrate its 10th birthday in North America. Instead of throwing a party with cake and presents, Sony is releasing a new Pixar-themed $100 PS2 bundle on Halloween.
On Sunday, October 31, retailers nationwide will begin selling a new limited-edition PlayStation 2 bundle. Inside the package will be a system, a DualShock 2 controller, and a copy of the video game adaptation of this past summer’s blockbuster Toy Story 3.
Unlike the other versions of Toy Story 3: The Video Game, which was released on June 15, the PS2 version has yet to see release. It will debut on November 2, the Tuesday following the new bundle's release.
The PS2 debuted in October 2000 and has gone on to sell more than 146 million units, making it the best-selling home console of all time. Toy Story 3 was produced by animation studio Pixar and was released in theaters on June 18. It was one of this summer's highest-grossing films, taking in $1,058,144,168 in 18 weekends in theaters according to Box Office Mojo. For more on Toy Story 3: The Video Game, check out GameSpot's review.