Sterling Lyons, better known in some circles as "Aiayla", is an avid videogame player of all genres. From Genesis, to Playstation, to PC, Aiayla does it all. League of Legends, and other PC and MMO games remain the current focus of not just time, but also contribution to Destructoid.
The first thing I noticed(aside from the weight) was the abundance of stickers on the box. One of those stickers was of the street date from last year, making me wonder if that was something that would still be a necessity almost 8 months later. I went ahead and opened up the box to find...
Another box =D
Halo: Reach Legendary Edition had arrived. Unfortunately, I was unable to procure a 360 of my own in time to be able to actually play the game once the spring semester of college ends (eek... that's actually today, isn't it? D=) when the friend of mine, who's 360 and copy of Reach I've been playing with, and I pack up and leave for our homes this summer. So until I happen to scrape up enough spare change to get one of my own, I GOTTA PRETTY PRETTY BOX WHAT HAS A PRETTY STATUE THINGIE IN IT!!!! =D
Preeeetyyyy~... even if temporarily incomplete =3
While I need to clean up around the house, and make some room for this little marvel, I will put it back in the box, with out assembling their weapons. I just want to make sure that I don't break anything between now and then.
I'd like to once again thank Meteorscrap for holding an awesome contest and offering up such amazing prizes to choose from. I'd also like to give a shout out to Qalamari for providing such rough competition.
It's little things like this why I love the Dtoid community so much. <3
And here are the rest of the photos:
Ish a box =3
Box with top off. Has another box in it. Also a statue. =D
OMG! Box inside box of box has another box in it!!! =O
All the contents of box inside of box of box.
Contents of the game box. I was a lil disappoint not to find another box inside it. =(
Pretty statue with the weapon assembly instruction guide and the weapons to assemble. =D
Close up of the separated weapons, still wrapped for storage. =3