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Price tag revealed for Metal Gear Rising Revengeance Limited Edition

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Amazon today opened the pre-order the pages for the limited edition of the multiplatform title, Metal Gear Rising Revengeance, revealing several more details. According to the online retailer, the limited edition will have a manufacturer’s suggested retail price tag of $149.99. In addition to a copy of the action-adventure game and the recently-revealed high-frequency katana blade plasma lamp, the package will also come with official soundtrack and two-sided steelbook case. You can check out an image of the lamp, as well as some screenshots from the latest Metal Gear title, in the slideshow at the top of this article in addition to the pre-order links and product description below:

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Limited Edition includes: a full copy of the game, official soundtrack, Limited Edition 2-sided Steelbook, and an exclusive high-frequency katana blade plasma lamp

Metal Gear Rising Revengeance is currently being developed by Platinum Games (best known for their previous work with Bayonetta and Vanquish) with additional help from Kojima Productions. The action-adventure video game will be published by Konami Digital Entertainment when it launched for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 gaming platforms in North America on February 19.

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