Dead Rising 2 Zombrex Edition Will Help You Fight Off Zombie Infection

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Coming exclusively to North America on September 28th, the Dead Rising 2 Zombrex Edition for PS3 and Xbox 360 is a collectible survival kit including everything you need to suppress zombie infection. The two-disc special edition, priced at $80, will come packed inside a Steelbook case and include a hardcover artbook and various Zombrex-themed items, such as a syringe pen and prescription notepad. The two platform versions vary slightly as well, with the Xbox 360 version’s bonus disc to exclusively feature the full-length Zombrex Dead Rising Sun movie and the PS3 version to include an exclusive XMB Dynamic Theme.

Keep on scrolling along for the full list of Zombrex Edition content.

X360 Dead Rising 2 – Zombrex Edition
- Exclusive Two-Disc Steelbook case includes:
- Dead Rising 2 game disc
- High-Definition game disc with 83 Minute “Zombrex Dead Rising Sun” motion picture and 24 minute “Making of” featurette
- Complete box contents include:
- Steelbook case (described above)
- Zombrex “Syringe” pen
- Zombrex “Prescription” notepad (25 pages)
- Zombrex “Safety” card
- Zombrex “Prospectus” Sales Brochure (16 pages).
- Dead Rising 2 Hardback Artbook (48 pages)

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PS3 Dead Rising 2 – Zombrex Edition
- Exclusive Two-Disc Steelbook case includes:
- Dead Rising 2 game disc
- Blu-Ray Disc featuring a High-Definition 24 minute “Making of” featurette
- Complete box contents include:
- Steelbook case (described above)
- Zombrex “Syringe” pen
- Zombrex “Prescription” notepad (25 pages)
- Zombrex “Safety” card
- Zombrex “Prospectus” Sales Brochure (16 pages).
- Dead Rising 2 Hardback Artbook (48 pages)
- Voucher for XMB Dynamic Theme

Dead Rising 2 Zombrex Edition Revealed for North America! [Capcom Unity]

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