Uncanny Valley gets a Signature Edition

Friday, March 17th, 2017

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Uncanny Valley

 

Uncanny Valley has a Signature Edition available on https://signatureeditiongames.com. There are actually two versions of this signature edition, one for the PlayStation 4, and the other for PlayStation Vita. Both versions are region free, and come with an art book and the full soundtrack. They also both come in a Signature Edition box with printed digital signatures from the developers. Both versions have a price tag of $37.00.

If you would like to nab one for yourself, it should be noted that the website says that international orders may take up to 7-14 days to arrive. UK orders on the other hand may take up to 7 days to arrive. Here are the links for the two versions of the Uncanny Valley Signature Edition:

 

Uncanny Valley (Signature Edition PS4) Uncanny Valley (Signature Edition PS Vita)

 

 

The key features listed for Uncanny Valley are a compelling story with rich characters in an ominous atmosphere. Explore a huge and creepy facility to discover multiple endings. But whatever you do, be careful! Your choices have consequences that will determine your fate.

“Welcome to Uncanny Valley – an unsettling story-driven survival horror where nothing is as it seems. Explore an isolated facility and solve its many mysteries, but be warned: the choices you make have meaningful consequences that will determine your fate. Play through multiple times to reveal all of Uncanny Valley’s darkest secrets.

You play as Tom, a security guard working the night shift at an abandoned facility in the middle of nowhere. Already troubled by disturbing dreams, Tom’s reality takes a terrifying twist as he explores the eerie offices and corridors of the facility and begins to uncover the shocking secrets hidden within its walls…”

Uncanny Valley is also available for Windows, Linux, and Mac on Steam, but not in Signature Edition form.

 

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  • Mr0303

    This is the correct way to do a limited physical edition. I got a couple of Signiture Edition games and I couldn’t be happier of what was in the box.