Dead Space 3 Dev-Team Edition is a Big Ol’ Tin Crate of Collectible Stuff

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Visceral Games and Treehouse Brand Store have teamed up like Isaac Clarke and John Carver to offer a Dead Space 3 special edition for fans with a passion for collectible stuff and plenty of disposal income to burn.

The uber-limited — only 5,000 will be sold so you better pre-order fast — Dead Space 3 Dev-Team Edition will come with the following items:

– 13″ SCAF Tin Crate
– 8″ Ployresin Black Marker Statue
– Aluminum Data Pad
– Med Pack Water Bottle
– Bound SCAF Jotter
– 3 SCAF Posters
– 6 Peng Postcards
– 96 Page Mini Art Book

If any of that piques your interest, you’ve got two buying options. First, you can bundle it up with a copy of the game on PC, PS3 or Xbox 360 and get the First Contact and Witness the Truth DLC packs for a grand total of $160. If you already have the game on pre-order elsewhere or if you could care less about the game and just want to buy a collector’s tin full of stuff, there’s a cheaper $100 version which just includes the collectible items.

Click here for pre-order access and additional details about the Dead Space 3 Dev-Team Edition. Oh, and here’s a trailer if you’d like a visual tour of what’s inside.

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