Capcom promotes Biohazard (Resident Evil) Degeneration with branded military food rations

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Capcom (or more precisely Sony Pictures) will start selling Biohazard Degeneration (Resident Evil Degeneration), a CGI movie based on the Resident Evil game series, in Japan on December 26. In order to promote sales of the DVD and Blu-ray of the movie, the company is also offering Miri Meshi, branded military food rations.

The Japan-only rations are available since today and come in three different versions: beef (pictured above), stew and rice and curry rice. Capcom and Sony are cooperating with a Japanese company that specializes in providing Nippon’s military with similar food items since 1959.

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Fans of the Resident Evil series won’t need water, electricity or gas to eat the meals. Each ration costs $13 and best before 2.5 years.

The movie will be available on DVD in the US on December 30.

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