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  1. The upcoming Rise of the Tomb Raider has gotten a new Collector's Edition featuring some sweet tomb raiding goodies, but are they worth the price? This fall is home to a plethora of highly anticipated games, one of these being Rise of the Tomb Raider, the sequel to 2012's reboot of the franchise, which was recently acquired by Microsoft for a timed exclusive release on Xbox. As reported by GameSpot.com, Square Enix announced a Collector's Edition of the game for Xbox One, priced at $150 in the US and £110 in the UK. This edition comes in a wooden box styled crate, and includes a standard copy of the game, along with a steel-case to put it in, as well as Lara's jade necklace, a replica of her in-game journal, and the highlight of it all, a 12" statue of Lara Croft with her bow and hiking equipment. You can currently pre-order this edition from the Square Enix and Tomb Raider stores for Xbox One, no Xbox 360 edition currently announced. The game releases November 10th, 2015 for the Xbox consoles, and will follow on PC and PS4 next year. All images and information sourced from Square Enix, Crystal Dynamics, and GameSpot. This post has been promoted to an article
  2. The upcoming Rise of the Tomb Raider has gotten a new Collector's Edition featuring some sweet tomb raiding goodies, but are they worth the price? This fall is home to a plethora of highly anticipated games, one of these being Rise of the Tomb Raider, the sequel to 2012's reboot of the franchise, which was recently acquired by Microsoft for a timed exclusive release on Xbox. As reported by GameSpot.com, Square Enix announced a Collector's Edition of the game for Xbox One, priced at $150 in the US and £110 in the UK. This edition comes in a wooden box styled crate, and includes a standard copy of the game, along with a steel-case to put it in, as well as Lara's jade necklace, a replica of her in-game journal, and the highlight of it all, a 12" statue of Lara Croft with her bow and hiking equipment. You can currently pre-order this edition from the Square Enix and Tomb Raider stores for Xbox One, no Xbox 360 edition currently announced. The game releases November 10th, 2015 for the Xbox consoles, and will follow on PC and PS4 next year. View attachment: 2928265-rottr_beautyshot_v_final_pegi_not_approved_1440589598.jpg All images and information sourced from Square Enix, Crystal Dynamics, and GameSpot.
  3. If you're a diehard Mirror's Edge fan, and excited for Catalyst, you'll be in for a pretty lavish treat with the new Collector's Edition! Mirror's Edge Catalyst is a new addition to the Mirror's Edge franchise following up the 2008 predecessor, Mirror's Edge. This week, a Collector's Edition bundle was unveiled on the game's official site MirrorsEdge.com that is likely to make fans of the series quite happy. The bundle will retail for $200 and will include a few goodies for interested buyers. The highlight of the special edition is a 14inch statue showing a poetic parallel between younger and older Faith. Also included are 10 pieces of limited edition concept art, a stylish steelbook, temporary tattoos such as Faith's iconic arm branding, a lithograph, and to encase it all, a collector's edition box with the game's logo inscribed on it. You can pre-order a copy for yourself at GameStop today and more retailers will become available as time goes on. The game will follow the origins and later years of Faith Connors, a rebellious heroine with an innate skill in parkour and will release on February 23rd, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows, with later release dates for Australia and Europe. View attachment: mece.jpg All images and information sourced from DICE and Electronic Arts.
  4. If you're a diehard Mirror's Edge fan, and excited for Catalyst, you'll be in for a pretty lavish treat with the new Collector's Edition! Mirror's Edge Catalyst is a new addition to the Mirror's Edge franchise following up the 2008 predecessor, Mirror's Edge. This week, a Collector's Edition bundle was unveiled on the game's official site MirrorsEdge.com that is likely to make fans of the series quite happy. The bundle will retail for $200 and will include a few goodies for interested buyers. The highlight of the special edition is a 14inch statue showing a poetic parallel between younger and older Faith. Also included are 10 pieces of limited edition concept art, a stylish steelbook, temporary tattoos such as Faith's iconic arm branding, a lithograph, and to encase it all, a collector's edition box with the game's logo inscribed on it. You can pre-order a copy for yourself at GameStop today and more retailers will become available as time goes on. The game will follow the origins and later years of Faith Connors, a rebellious heroine with an innate skill in parkour and will release on February 23rd, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows, with later release dates for Australia and Europe. All images and information sourced from DICE and Electronic Arts. This post has been promoted to an article
  5. In Bungie's Weekly Update this week, they showed off juicy details for Destiny like Achievements, a hint at a Collector's Edition, and more announcements coming up, it's all here! In this week's Bungie update, Urk filled in for the typical Community Manager Deej, as he tore into some rather important questions in large detail. Heading to Bungie.net, the first question had to deal with the whopping $500 Million price tag for marketing, as Urk explained how this wasn't near the cost of development, and very little of that actually went into Bungie's work on the game, the majority was just to get it advertised and marketed. The next was relating to the heavily controversial Ghost dialogue heard in the Alpha, voiced by Peter Dinkleage, where it was revealed work is being done right now to redo some lines and more will be done after the Beta, as Bungie tries to clean up the mess. A more humorous question asked about the 'That Wizard Came From The Moon' shirts in the Bungie store, as Urk cleared up that they are still available. A huge announcement, the Achievements and Trophies for Destiny were revealed, there are a total of 40 of them, too many to list individually, but some stand out ones are definitely Ghost Hunter, where you must discover 50 deceased Ghosts, Inspector, where you must inspect another Guardian, and Blink of an Eye, kill 5 enemies in 3 seconds. The full list is in the picture below. View attachment: Destinyachievements.jpg To finish it off, we have three more questions, there are a few more after, but they are mainly jokingly and give us no real info. One question was asked as to how long the beta for Destiny in July will run, to which we were told that it's all still in the works and no finalized date has been decided upon. The next, if there will be a Collector's Edition released alongside Destiny, as Urk responded teasingly, "It’s almost as if we’re planning to drop all the information you need, and more, ahead of Beta on an auspicious date in the very near future." Finally, someone asked if it was official that Destiny is rated T for Teen by the ESRB, as it was confirmed by Urk. Destiny will launch with a T rating to broaden the audience, and contains only 'Animated Blood' and 'Violence'. They also linked to a Polygon piece on the problem with Halo being rated M for Mature, which I highly recommend you look at, as it is featured in the article linked above. View attachment: 2508271-destiny1.jpg To end off on a question, do you wish to see a Collector's Edition for Destiny? If so, what would it need to have to sell you on it, and how much could it cost? Discuss below, and thanks for reading the article! Note: Remember in the last Weekly News Wrap-Up where I promised I'd do one on Friday and not Saturday? Well, I'm skipping a week, yay! They'll resume at regular time next Saturday, the 5th, for now, enjoy... This.
  6. In Bungie's Weekly Update this week, they showed off juicy details for Destiny like Achievements, a hint at a Collector's Edition, and more announcements coming up, it's all here! In this week's Bungie update, Urk filled in for the typical Community Manager Deej, as he tore into some rather important questions in large detail. Heading to Bungie.net, the first question had to deal with the whopping $500 Million price tag for marketing, as Urk explained how this wasn't near the cost of development, and very little of that actually went into Bungie's work on the game, the majority was just to get it advertised and marketed. The next was relating to the heavily controversial Ghost dialogue heard in the Alpha, voiced by Peter Dinkleage, where it was revealed work is being done right now to redo some lines and more will be done after the Beta, as Bungie tries to clean up the mess. A more humorous question asked about the 'That Wizard Came From The Moon' shirts in the Bungie store, as Urk cleared up that they are still available. A huge announcement, the Achievements and Trophies for Destiny were revealed, there are a total of 40 of them, too many to list individually, but some stand out ones are definitely Ghost Hunter, where you must discover 50 deceased Ghosts, Inspector, where you must inspect another Guardian, and Blink of an Eye, kill 5 enemies in 3 seconds. The full list is in the picture below. To finish it off, we have three more questions, there are a few more after, but they are mainly jokingly and give us no real info. One question was asked as to how long the beta for Destiny in July will run, to which we were told that it's all still in the works and no finalized date has been decided upon. The next, if there will be a Collector's Edition released alongside Destiny, as Urk responded teasingly, "It’s almost as if we’re planning to drop all the information you need, and more, ahead of Beta on an auspicious date in the very near future." Finally, someone asked if it was official that Destiny is rated T for Teen by the ESRB, as it was confirmed by Urk. Destiny will launch with a T rating to broaden the audience, and contains only 'Animated Blood' and 'Violence'. They also linked to a Polygon piece on the problem with Halo being rated M for Mature, which I highly recommend you look at, as it is featured in the article linked above. To end off on a question, do you wish to see a Collector's Edition for Destiny? If so, what would it need to have to sell you on it, and how much could it cost? Discuss below, and thanks for reading the article! Note: Remember in the last Weekly News Wrap-Up where I promised I'd do one on Friday and not Saturday? Well, I'm skipping a week, yay! They'll resume at regular time next Saturday, the 5th, for now, enjoy... This. This post has been promoted to an article
  7. While supplies last, a pre-order of Grand Theft Auto V Special or Collector's Edition, $79.99 and $149.99 respectively, will guarantee you certain in-game bonuses equivalent to DLC and limited edition swag. Read the full story here or scroll down to read my heavily plagiarized associated press version. Pre-order any version of GTA V and you'll be able to pilot the Atomic Blimp in-game vehicle. The Special Edition comes with: Collectible Steelbook with Exclusive Artwork -A disc case sporting " double-sided, never before seen artwork of [main characters] Michael, Trevor, and Franklin." Blueprint Map- -21.5" x 26.75" poster mapping Los Santos and Blaine County in a blueprint style. Features "cryptic markings" highlighting "locations for fast cash and other points of interest for the up-coming-entrepreneur". Special Ability Boost- -The special ability bar (gauging use of the main characters' special abilities) will regenerate 25% faster. Stunt Plane Trials- -"Single player Stunt Plane Trials let you take on additional aerial challenges spread throughout Los Santos and Blaine County." Bonus Outfits, Tattoos and More- -Main characters receive extra outfits in wardrobes, character specific tattoos to be had at tattoo parlors, and "special deals from shopkeepers across Los Santos and Blaine County." Additional Weapons- - Single player Ammunation stores will have special weapons for free available from merchants: "the Pistol .50, Bullpup Shotgun, and Melee Hammer." The Collector's Edition includes all of the above as well as: Grand Theft Auto V Security Deposit Bag with Logo Key- -10.75" x 8.5" money bag with a "pop-up style lock and laser cut logo key [...] the reverse side features a pressed Rockstar Games logo on the security mount with a framed ID window." Grand Theft Auto V New Era 9FIFTY™ Snapback Cap- -Black snapback with Los Santos logo embroidered across front, black Rockstar Games stitched logo on left side, and "Grand Theft Auto 'V' logo applique" on the wearer's right side. Custom Characters for Grand Theft Auto Online- -Classic GTA characters for Online Character Creation System. Unique Vehicles and Garage Property- -Players immediately have access to a "garage to store custom vehicles." Single player stocks the garage with the "1930's style Hotknife hotrod and the CarbonRS sports bike". Online "the high-end Khamelion electric car" awaits the player. All contents of the Collector's Edition "come packaged in a premium outer box featuring a foil embossed Grand Theft Auto V logo on the top, finished with a matte, scuff-resistant film lamination, housing all of the contents." Pre-order available till September 17, 2013 when hopefully you will have picked up your copy of GTA V.
  8. While supplies last, a pre-order of Grand Theft Auto V Special or Collector's Edition, $79.99 and $149.99 respectively, will guarantee you certain in-game bonuses equivalent to DLC and limited edition swag. Read the full story here or scroll down to read my heavily plagiarized associated press version. Pre-order any version of GTA V and you'll be able to pilot the Atomic Blimp in-game vehicle. The Special Edition comes with: Collectible Steelbook with Exclusive Artwork -A disc case sporting " double-sided, never before seen artwork of [main characters] Michael, Trevor, and Franklin." Blueprint Map- -21.5" x 26.75" poster mapping Los Santos and Blaine County in a blueprint style. Features "cryptic markings" highlighting "locations for fast cash and other points of interest for the up-coming-entrepreneur". Special Ability Boost- -The special ability bar (gauging use of the main characters' special abilities) will regenerate 25% faster. Stunt Plane Trials- -"Single player Stunt Plane Trials let you take on additional aerial challenges spread throughout Los Santos and Blaine County." Bonus Outfits, Tattoos and More- -Main characters receive extra outfits in wardrobes, character specific tattoos to be had at tattoo parlors, and "special deals from shopkeepers across Los Santos and Blaine County." Additional Weapons- - Single player Ammunation stores will have special weapons for free available from merchants: "the Pistol .50, Bullpup Shotgun, and Melee Hammer." The Collector's Edition includes all of the above as well as: Grand Theft Auto V Security Deposit Bag with Logo Key- -10.75" x 8.5" money bag with a "pop-up style lock and laser cut logo key [...] the reverse side features a pressed Rockstar Games logo on the security mount with a framed ID window." Grand Theft Auto V New Era 9FIFTY™ Snapback Cap- -Black snapback with Los Santos logo embroidered across front, black Rockstar Games stitched logo on left side, and "Grand Theft Auto 'V' logo applique" on the wearer's right side. Custom Characters for Grand Theft Auto Online- -Classic GTA characters for Online Character Creation System. Unique Vehicles and Garage Property- -Players immediately have access to a "garage to store custom vehicles." Single player stocks the garage with the "1930's style Hotknife hotrod and the CarbonRS sports bike". Online "the high-end Khamelion electric car" awaits the player. All contents of the Collector's Edition "come packaged in a premium outer box featuring a foil embossed Grand Theft Auto V logo on the top, finished with a matte, scuff-resistant film lamination, housing all of the contents." Pre-order available till September 17, 2013 when hopefully you will have picked up your copy of GTA V. This post has been promoted to an article
  9. I used all of my numbers and yet I still don't have the armour or the maps. Please help? I will eventually post pictures of my receipt for proof.
  10. Collector's Edition A fallen star burns across the sky, signaling the rebirth of a long-forgotten evil, and calling mortal heroes to arms once more. This limited edition collector’s set commemorates your return to the darkened world of Sanctuary. Inside, you’ll find a treasure trove of rare and legendary items to aid you in your apocalyptic battles at the End of Days. Diablo III PC/Mac Game The full version of the Diablo III game on DVD-ROM. Diablo Skull and 4GB USB Soulstone Shackle your PC into unholy slavery with this 4GB USB soulstone and Diablo skull base. The USB also includes full versions of Diablo II and Diablo II: Lord of Destruction so you can retrace the sinister path of the Dark Wanderer once more. Exclusive In-Game Content Diablo III - Aesthetic Artifacts Call forth glowing angel wings, unfurl an exclusive banner sigil, and dye your armor sets with the Bottled Cloud or Bottled Smoke items. World of Warcraft - Fetish Shaman Pet Journey throughout the World of Warcraft with the fetish shaman at your side. StarCraft II - Battle.net Portraits Display your status as a hero of the mortal realms with an exclusive army decal and three Diablo-themed Battle.net portraits. Behind the Scenes Blu-Ray/DVD Set Meet the teams behind the creation of Diablo III with this exclusive Blu-ray/DVD two-disc set. Enjoy over an hour of interviews detailing how the world of Sanctuary came together from the combined efforts of artists, writers, programmers, designers, musicians and animators. The Art of Diablo III Delve into the game’s stunning artistic development with this 208-page art book, which catalogues countless pieces, from early concepts to final 3D renderings. Diablo III Soundtrack Experience twenty four original pieces from the Diablo III soundtrack on CD and deepen your music collection with a sound as timeless as the Eternal Conflict itself. Coming Soon The Diablo III: Collector’s Edition will be available exclusively at retail on DVD-ROM for Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 and Macintosh. The release date, suggested retail price, and other details for this game will be announced in the months ahead.
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