Grasshopper game Killer Is Dead gets a bunch of screens as well as a new trailer. Deep Silver also reveals the collector edition Fan Edition that will be available in Europe this August.
Deep Silver announces Limited and Fan Edition for KILLER IS DEAD™
Both Editions will be released in Europe and Oceania by Deep Silver
Deep Silver today announced a choice of two editions for the forthcoming action game KILLER IS DEAD™ which will be released on August 30th for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360® games and entertainment system from Microsoft.
The exclusive Fan Edition will be available at a price of £54.99 and will contain the following items in addition to the normal retail version of the game:
• The “Smooth Operator Pack” containing four downloadable items:
o An additional mission: Episode 51 - The Man Who Stole Blood
o Gigolo Glasses: Mondo Zappa will receive special glasses that grants X-Ray vision, allowing him to reap extra enjoyment from the beauties in Gigolo Mode
o A mysterious beauty named Betty for Gigolo Mode
o A yet unannounced item perfect for summer
• A poster showcasing the unique visuals of the game
• The full soundtrack by Akira Yamaoka on CD
• A fully coloured Art book
• The “Fan Edition” will come in exclusive packaging
At launch, Deep Silver will also make a Limited Edition available which will contain the full “Smooth Operator Pack” downloadable content at no extra cost. This version of the game will have a price of £49.99.
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