All Wub Wub is Created Equal in the Saints Row IV Collector’s Edition

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Chosen by the fans, the Saints Row IV Super Dangerous Wub Wub Edition is now available for pre-order in all its dubstep glory.

A payment of $99.99 will give you access to all the necessary tools to become the ultimate commander in chief, including a replica dubstep toy gun, Johnny Gat statue, a giant, red button you’re not supposed to push (but secretly will over and over again), and some DLC perks.

The Super Dangerous Wub Wub Edition truly has it all. Cast your pre-order vote now while supplies last. The polls close when the game ships on August 20th.

Included in the Super Dangerous Wub Wub edition ($99.99 USD) is a 12 inch Dub Step gun replica capable of rendering your enemies absolutely speechless with the power of wub. The ultra-high quality weapon replica packs a party with a bitchin’ design, sweet tunes directly from the in-game Dubstep Gun and a laser sight. Make no mistake, it’s time to get down.

Additionally the Super Dangerous Wub Wub Edition comes with an awe-inspiring 8 inch Johnny Gat Memorial Statue for all Saints to be able to pay tribute to the greatest Saint while kicking ass in the name of Liberty. Future generations will gaze upon Johnny’s grandeur while learning the history of his glorious murdering sprees with the Third Street Saints.

And because no president is ever without “the button”, the Super Dangerous Wub Wub edition comes with a pocket-sized Dubstep Doomsday Button so fans can drop bombs on the go.

Fans purchasing the collector’s edition will also receive all in-game items from the Commander in Chief pre-order bonus, which include a Screaming Eagle VTOL that fires rockets out of its talons and can invoke the “Sonic Scream” attack, a limited-edition American-iconic ‘Uncle Sam’ uniform decked out in the American flag colors and a stimulus package of epic proportions – the ‘Merica gun – everyone’s American dream weapon.

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