Want a 6-foot-tall zombie statue? Sure you do, it could be a fancy hat rack. However, in order to win one, you have to get the Dead Rising 2 "High Stakes Edition."

Only available through Capcom's online store, this most special edition comes complete with a 100-chip poker set, with blood-drenched playing cards and dice. Also included is a tourist map with the game's locales on it and a voucher for some in-game clothes.

And the zombie statue? Well, inside just one of these $90 packs will be a golden ticket awarding our good friend Burt here to one lucky gamer. Or unlucky, depending how you look at it.

That gives you two special editions for one game, the former being the Zombrex Edition. Also available next week is Dead Rising 2: Case Zero, a prequel to the sequel (if you can wrap your head around that) available for 400 Microsoft points only on the Xbox 360.

Ian Mailloux, NoobFeed

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  • Aww, I always wanted a big brother...


    Posted Aug 28, 2010

  • lol, I received that High Stakes edition e-mail from Capcom-Unity. I laughed when I saw it because honestly.. having a half naked 6 foot tall zombie in your room has to be strange.



    I personally prefer the Zombrex Edition of the game, that one actually looks pretty nice and is a bit cheaper in price than most Collector's Edition of other video games.


    Posted Aug 28, 2010

  • @FetusZero



    I believe both Zombrex and High Stakes Editions are the same price, $90. Though I could be wrong.


    Posted Aug 28, 2010

  • I'm sure @FetusZero is getting this one.


    Posted Aug 29, 2010

  • @bluezy @Sleven



    Bluezy: The Zombrex Edition is currently $80 on Amazon (United States one), but over here it is $90 though (Canada).



    Sleven: Nope.. hell no. I wouldn't get the game of my own will lol, that's for sure. I will maybe when the game costs like.. 10 or 20.


    Posted Aug 29, 2010

  • @FetusZero : I though you were into collecting game goodies :P


    Posted Aug 30, 2010

  • @Sleven: Sometimes, depends on the game, although I do think the Zombrex Edition of the game would be the kind of edition I'd buy if I actually wanted the game, given my situation.


    Posted Aug 30, 2010

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