Wait. How many MS Points do they want? I had to write it down and count the digits.
4,294,967,295. Or about 4.3 billion MS Points.
I did some quick math to figure out the actual cost because who knows, the next piece of RADnet content may be worth it.
A single MS Point works out to be about $0.02 (CAN). More math. The total cost to grab that content is $66,571,993.00. So either that content will tear a hole in the space-time continuum because it's so awesome or Radical Entertainment wants me to personally fund their next project, which is so not happening!
Or that's just the method being used to make sure the content isn't available until a certain date. Or it's a technical glitch.
I like my first guess.
EDIT: 8:01PM, May 1, 2012 - Clarification from Radical and Activision (thanks, Steve!): "Given that the DLC isn’t available for purchase yet but it is still listed when you use a VIP code, 66 billion is the default amount it tries to charge you to make sure no one can buy it." Basically, as part of the press, I'm special! To further clarify: "Regular gamers with the Radnet edition will not see this at all. Only you and a chosen few who were lucky enough to get VIP codes."