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This Yakuza 5 limited edition PS3 is hideous

11:30 AM on 10.10.2012

Dale North

Former Dtoid EIC

Someone thought it was a good idea to take the already weird looking new PS3 and barf up little gold-colored emblems on it as a special edition release for Yakuza 5. I found this ghoul of a game system on Sega Japan's front page while making my morning rounds and almost lost my breakfast over it.

Sorry. It's not that bad, I guess. This "Emblem Edition" PS3 is decorated with the emblems of the crime families from Yakuza. It comes with a gaudy gold controller and 8GB USB drive. This 250GB system releases in Japan on December 6, priced at 37, 800 yen (over $450 after conversion). 

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