Over the years, collector’s editions have been responsible for a number of a strange gaming tchotchkes. Thanks to the newly-unveiled Resident Evil 7 Biohazard collector’s edition, you can add a house to the list.
Technically, the house is a music box, and it plays a sample of the song “Go Tell Aunt Rhody,” a cover of which is the game’s main theme. The house stands 8 inches tall and includes flashing LED lights.
Along with the house music box and the actual game, the collector’s edition (which is only available through GameStop), also includes:
The whole thing retails for $179.99.
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The house is a nice little curio, I guess, but for $180? No thanks.