We thought Dying Light was solid (opens in new tab). Chris liked it's latest expansion, The Following, even more (opens in new tab). But while it might be a game you'd be content to pay full price for, I suspect even the wealthy and fiscally irresponsible among us would stop short of shelling out $10 million for the Dying Light Spotlight Edition.
The Spotlight Edition gets you four copies of Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition (opens in new tab)—very nice, that's $240 accounted for. You can do the voice work for protagonist Kyle Crane in a special Dying Light edition, and claim a zombie special effects make-up session whenever you feel like. There's also an off-road driving course for that Following dirt buggy experience (opens in new tab), but these are all trinkets really.
The big money gets spent on the Dying Light movie, which is a thing that exists, apparently. A worrying indictment of its potential quality, the Spotlight Edition buys you a supporting role with lines and an action scene. Assuming you're not a trained actor already with that sort of cash kicking around, Roger Craig Smith will give you acting lessons to accompany your stunt training, or you can delegate to a stunt double. There's a press tour, VIP opening night tickets, and, if that's not enough, a signed copy of the script.
Wait, it gets stranger! The Spotlight Edition can't be bought just anywhere. No, it's exclusive to famed high-end boutique, Game, although there's a whole lot of small print (opens in new tab) on the listing.
If you buy this, I worry you might be single-handedly funding the film.