The new video game from Ubisoft has caught the eye of a Canadian businessman who is hoping to sell the watch for a cool $1 million.
Mr. Bean has been a big hit on the Canadian video game scene with his cartoon characters.
The latest game, Assassin’s Creed, has sold over 100 million copies worldwide and is in development for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Mr and Mrs. Bean have also been the subject of a lot of fan art and other merchandise.
But with the game being the latest hit, Mr. and Mrs.’s attention is now turning to their second favorite hobby: cartooning.
The Mr.bean watch, sold on eBay, is for a very reasonable price.
It comes with a bracelet and a matching bracelet band that fits the watch.
The $1.1 million watch is on display at a local watch shop in Ottawa, Canada.
(Google Maps) Mr. Bean said he bought the watch in February, the same month the game was released.
The game was available for download in the App Store for $1 from the Ubisoft website, so he bought it to play around with.
“I was excited to get the watch, I loved the artwork on the back of it,” Mr. Abe said.
But when he saw the price, he immediately called Ubisoft and spoke with the store manager.
He said he has been in touch with Ubisoft and asked to get a refund.
When he called back to get his refund, he was told that it was because of the “unique and high demand” for the watch and that he should contact Ubisoft directly.
Ubisoft has not yet responded to CBC News’ request for comment.
I contacted the Ubisoft Canada rep who confirmed the watch was a Canadian edition.
But when I told her I wanted a refund for the $1-million price tag, she told me that the watch wasn’t sold in Canada.
Mr Bean said that while he’s happy that he bought a watch, he doesn’t feel good about his deal.
At the end of the day, I feel like I’m taking advantage of this opportunity to buy something that I know will have value in the future, he said.