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Japan gets a giant Resident Evil 15th Anniversary Box

6:00 AM on 07.08.2011 // Maurice Tan

Capcom has announced a massive Resident Evil 15th Anniversary Box bundle that allows you to put all of those old copies in a box and never look at them again. The Anniversary Box, set to be released on September 8, can only be purchased through the Japanese e-Capcom store.

It includes PS1 discs for the Japanese versions of Resident Evil: Director's Cut, Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis, the PS3 HD pack Resident Evil: Revival Selection which includes Resident Evil Code: Veronica and Resident Evil 4, soundtrack CDs for RE4 and Code: Veronica, and "pins and stickers (S.T.A.R.S. and Umbrella)." Finally, you get a "spacer" for Resident Evil 5 so you can store it in this box, because that game isn't part of this bundle for some reason.

The whole box sells for 7,800 Yen. That would be around $96, but simply calculating the Dollar price is never a good indication when it comes to Japanese prices, so the best you can do is save up in case Capcom decides to release the bundle in other regions as well. Or you could just import it.

Capcom Readying Resident Evil 15th Anniversary Box [Andriasang via VG247]




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