Microsoft releases blood-red Xbox 360 to coincide with Resident Evil 5

Brain-coloured version unconfirmed.
  • (Good Gear Guide)
  • — 25 February, 2009 12:44

Microsoft today unveiled its new Xbox 360 Resident Evil Limited Edition console bundle. The bundle has a recommended retail price of $569 and includes a red Xbox Elite console with a 120GB hard drive, along with a matching red wireless controller and Xbox 360 Wireless Headset. Naturally, a copy of Capcom's highly anticipated Resident Evil 5 is also included in the bundle, along with a free bonus card to download Capcom's Super Street Fighter II: Turbo HD Remix (via Xbox LIVE Arcade).

Supplies are expected to be very limited, so zombie fans are being urged to pre-order their bundles now. The red Xbox console is available exclusively from EB Games and can be pre-ordered from today. For more information on the offer, visit the EB Games Web site.

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Chris Jager

Good Gear Guide
Topics: games, XBox 360

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Peter T.

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RRoD

It colour-coordinates beautifully with the Red Ring of Death!

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