Kenji Inafune took the stage at tonight's Dead Rising 2 party in Ebisu, Tokyo to tell attending press members that they would compete in a multiplayer face-off to win one special prize.
We would call this yellow jacket a one-of-a-kind item, but really it's two-of-a-kind. For once, this is the better situation, as the only other owner is famed Capcom man Kenji Inafune himself. He worked with popular Japanese motorcycle jacket maker Kadoya to make this special and expensive piece, which a perfect replica of the one main character Chuck Greene wears in the game. As this is being written, foreign and Japanese press are still playing to see who will win the jacket.
Inafune did note that if this item becomes popular enough, he might consider making less expensive "knock-offs" for everyone else to have. Even then, only two special originals will exist.
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