A number of special editions for Resident Evil: Revelations have been revealed for Japan, one of which will include a nifty BSAA wristwatch.
The "Unveiled Edition," coming in at 42,000 yen (roughly $467), includes the aforementioned BSAA wristwatch manufactured by US Agency that has glow in the dark numbers and a deluxe case. Other goodies featured in this set are a soundtrack CD and a BSAA card case.
Another edition, priced at 39,900 yen (roughly $443), will include only the game and the watch. The cheapest edition is priced at 7,490 yen (roughly $83), which includes the game, soundtrack, and card case.
Revelations launches for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Wii U on May 21 in North America, and May 24 for Europe. Unfortunately, it won't see a Vita release.
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