Gamers who buy the upcoming PlayStation 2 Limited Resident Evil 4 Collector's Pack from Capcom will be treated to a wealth of scary moments. Resident Evil 4 is considered to be one of the spookiest games ever made, with a horde of zombielike enemies that relentlessly pursue the character through drab, lifeless environments. A six-disc soundtrack collection will provide hours of haunting music to send chills up spines. The collection will also include a Resident Evil 4 T-shirt, as well as a 7-inch figurine of hero Leon Kennedy, which will remind gamers of all their gruesome deaths.
But the scariest part of the Collector's Pack is its whopping price tag of $119.99. The pack will not be sold in stores, and can only be purchased directly through Capcom's Web site.
Gamers looking for some bonus Resident Evil 4 without shelling out more than a $100 may want to opt for the Resident Evil 4 Premium Edition, which includes a making-of DVD, a Resident Evil prologue art book, and cell artwork of Ada Wong, who was recently confirmed as a playable character in the PS2 version. The Premium Edition retails for $49.99, $10 more than the standard edition.
Resident Evil 4 is rated M for Mature. For all the gory details on the game, check out GameSpot's full review of the GameCube version.