Resident Evil 2 Gets An Absurdly-Priced Typewriter Edition In Japan
As any person who lately were given a brand new mechanical keyboard, I am lovely into typing issues at the moment. Keyboard are cool! However paying just about $1,000 for one as a part of a collector’s version is… somewhat a lot.
But when value or area isn’t any restrict, Capcom’s were given a Japan-exclusive be offering for you. As a part of the slew of collector’s editions for the impending Resident Evil 2 remake, Capcom has partnered with high-end keyboard maker Qwerkytoys to unlock a bluetooth-enabled mechanical keyboard that resembles a typewriter like those you employ to avoid wasting in Resident Evil video games of outdated. The keyboard contains Umbrella Corp. and Lexington branding. And depending on which edition you get, you’ll be able to additionally reinforce the immersion with inkwells which retailer police tape, which you’ll be able to use to seal off your home or condo to nobody gets close to your new dear keyboard.
How dear is it? Smartly, the most affordable version you’ll be able to get which incorporates the keyboard (and not anything else) is 75,000 yen, which is more or less 700 greenbacks (now not together with transport). But when you wish to have the whole thing, which incorporates the whole thing within the previously-announced other collector’s edition, the keyboard, and 4 of the ones police tape rolls, it will run you 99,800 yen, which interprets to $900.
If that is too wealthy in your blood, you’ll be able to already snag an excellent deal at the keyboard itself. All it’s a must to do is forego the game-related branding and purchase it undeniable straight from Qwerkytoys, which has had an ordinary model of this identical keyboard to be had for $250. The place does the additional $450 it prices to have it RE-branded move, precisely? No person is aware of! Recall to mind it as a donation the Raccoon Town police division, possibly?