Konami Also Has a Limited Edition for Zone of the Enders HD Collection

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Another Hideo Kojima franchise is getting the royal collector’s edition treatment. This time it’s for the upcoming Zone of the Enders HD Collection!

While certainly not as extravagant or as plasma-lamptastic as the Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Collector’s Edition, the HD compilation of Kojima’s classic PS2 anime mecha combat game duo is coming to market in a limited edition package with plenty of class and value.

For $60, up from the $40 the regular edition costs, you’ll get a ZOE ReMIX Selection soundtrack CD and a 100-page art book, both tucked away inside a nice oversized box alongside the standard game case. Also remember that the compilation, regular and limited edition copies alike, will feature a playable demo of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, in the same way that the original ZOE came with the demo for Metal Gear Solid 2 back in the day.

Zone of the Enders HD Collection launches October 30th for PS3 and Xbox 360. A Vita version is also in the works, but does not have a release date as of yet.

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