Atari has unveiled the Limited Edition of Alone in the Dark and detailed what comes with it.

Inside will be a special pint-sized statue of hero Edward Carnby that you can twirl around in time to the soundtrack CD or pop on your sofa to watch the DVD with you about how the game was made.

You could discuss the unseen sketches and storyboards from the art book with him, too - he's a good listener.

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Not limited in the same way that Milky Bars are in shops.

Atari didn't mention a price, but retailer GAME has the Xbox 360 Limited Edition down as GBP 54.99. It also lists the Wii and PC versions as GBP 44.99 each.

Alone in the Dark is due out for Xbox 360, PC, Wii and PS2 on 20th June. The PS3 version is to follow later this year.

Pop over to our Alone in the Dark gamepage to find out more.

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