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Metal Gear Solid V Japanese Premium Package Comes with Life-size Bionic Arm

by Lambert Varias
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If you thought the MGS V-themed PS4 was sweet, check out the Premium Package that Konami is offering its customers in Japan. The limited edition game bundle comes with a 1:1 replica of Big Boss’ bionic arm.

Look at it and weep… at your shipping cost.

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Aside from the arm the Premium Package has the same bonuses as its global version. That includes a map, a Blu-ray disc containing a behind-the-scenes documentary plus lots of in-game items, including this hilarious Metal Gear REX helmet:

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The main difference between the two bundles is the arm, because the global version gets only a half-scale replica. At least that’s reflected in their prices. You can import the Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Japanese Premium Package from Play-Asia for a whopping $400 (USD), but if you live in Japan you can get it for about $250 straight from Konami. The global Collector’s Edition is also available from Konami for $100/€100. With such high prices you’d think Konami would throw in a copy of MGS V: Ground Zeroes in the bundles, but no luck.

[via Metal Gear Informer]

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