The Titanfall Collectors edition is an impressive package, featuring a highly detailed, LED lit, limited edition statue of ‘titanic’ proportions. EB Games Australia, exclusive stockists of the edition, initially secured three hundred Xbox One Collectors Editions, which sold out incredibly fast and more than a few eager collectors found themselves empty-handed.
I payed $120 for what ended up being a pretty average collector’s edition, but what annoyed me the most was that EB Games had no other competitors offering the same or very similar collector editions, so it was either pay the full recommended retail price (RRP), which I hardly ever do, or go without.
At the moment most game stores are getting retail-exclusive-content for most of the big AAA games heading our way. The content for these are either in-game content and or small objects that are included in the game package like a figurine. To collect, or not to collect . . .
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Some local news for a change, which makes a nice change from all the E3 stuff we’ve been dishing out in the last 3 days (and there’s still MORE to come – ahhhh).
Anyway, head on back to Australia for a moment, to Melbourne Victoria, and we find that Australia has been walking all over Red Faction: Guerrilla – literally.
Yes, that’s right, walking all over it.
At a local EB Games store in downtown Melbourne (Number 67 Swanson Street), to help THQ launch their excellent game, Red Faction: Guerrilla, renowned 3D chalk artist, Jenny McCracken, took to the shop pavement and worked frantically after-hours to create this vibrant piece of artwork you see in these pics (click on them to enlarge).
I only hope Council or the Centre Management sees its way clear to coat them in a highly foot resistant top-coat, so they ‘stand’ the test of time, as they look awesome actually.