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Marcus Estrada posted a article in Industry NewsJust last week Konami pegged a release date for their upcoming Zone of the Enders HD Collection and now they're announcing it will ship in two varieties. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance was also shown to be getting a similar treatment although we know less about that game's launch at the moment. During their Gamer's Night press conference Konami showed off the limited editions for both games. First, let's look at Zone of the Enders HD which will be out on October 30th. The standard game is set to cost $40 and while a price for this version hasn't been announced yet it is being listed as $60 on GameStop's database. It comes with a remixed soundtrack CD and 100 page artbook along with the game. It may not be the most massive of editions but is still impressive considering Konami didn't attempt two editions with their more popular Silent Hill series. Metal Gear Rising has a more unusual limited edition. No price was revealed either although it has to be something over the standard's $60. It also comes with a soundtrack but the interesting item is what was called a "High Frequency Plasma Lamp". It basically looks like a base which shoots a blue/white light up along the length of it, which is Raiden's sword. Metal Gear Rising is currently set to launch on February 19, 2013. Do either of these limited editions interest you?
Marshall Henderson posted a article in Industry NewsDespite the recent thrust of news regarding Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes, it seems like it may be conspicuously absent from Konami's Tokyo Game Show. Looks like the whole show's off. Or not, because Konami still has plenty of other things to show off, like the following, courtesy of Gematsu: Games: Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (PS3) Silent Hill: Book of Memories (PSV) Silent Hill: Downpour (PS3) Zone of the Enders: HD Edition (PS3, 360) Social Games Metal Gear Solid: Social Ops (GREE) Mixi Park (Mixi) Star Wars Collection (GREE) Crows X Worst: Strongest Legend (GREE) Sengoku Collection (Mobage) Sokku Museum (Mixi) Dragon Collection (GREE) Dream Stallion (Mobage) Powerful Pro Baseball (GREE, Mobage) Secretary Collection (GREE) Pro Baseball Dream Nine (GREE, Mobage, Mixi, Tsutaya.com Kiwi) Yuru Veggie Farm (Mixi) World Soccer Collection (GREE, Mobage) Smart Phones and Tablets Jubeat Plus (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad) Reflec Beat Plus (iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad) Amusement Games Jubeat Saucer Monster Retsuden Oreca Battle So not only is Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes absent, but as is any mention of an Xbox 360 version of Metal Gear Solid: Revengeance.Well okay.What we do get to see, though, is the HD Collection of the Zone of the Enders series, as well as the two upcoming Silent Hill titles. Aside from that, Konami appears to be bent on showcasing all manner of and smartphone and social-type games. We probably won't ever see them here in the West, but hey, you're not the center of the Universe, you know. Jubeat Saucer and Monster Retsuden Oreca Battle are "amusement games," or arcade games over here, and they'll also get some stage time. It's not that unusual to not be able to see Snake, but given the press its received recently, you'd expect there to maybe be something to show off about Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes. Who knows? Maybe Ground Zeroes will make a surprise visit. Konami's not the only kid on the block for TGS, so keep your eyes and ears open (actually, we're a website on the internet, so eyes will probably be sufficient) for news on that. Of course, we'll be delivering TGS news as soon as it happens right to your eyeballs, so stay tuned.