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garison says:

OMG Fallout sadness!!!! [EDIT]

// Submitted @ 9:10 AM on 10.29.2008


What is missing from this setup?

After school yesterday, I decided to go to my local game store and see if they might have Fallout 3 in yet. (Which I knew they wouldn't, because it just came out, and I live in the middle of nowhere.) But much to my surprise, they had like 5 copies, PLUS a special edition lunchbox tin. Since I am a special edition ho, of course I spent the 90 dollars on the uber mega awesome special edition.

So I bring it home, open it up with shaking hands, and everything is awesome, the vault boy boble head, the art book, even the DVD is awesome. But then I wonder, where is the game in this thing? I look through the book, under the boble head plastic tray, and I even think that maybe the DVD is the game. So I look again. I can't help but think that I am missing something, but the fact is, IT'S NOT HERE!!!! So I call back The Source, and what do they say? "Come back tomorrow!" They expect me to go a whole day without playing this amazing game, that I have been looking forward to for what seems like forever????? I know it must just be an error that happened in the factory, but that doesn't change the fact that this is the saddest day of my LIFE. I want to cry. Has anything like this happened to any of you guys before?


EDIT

OK guys, I just got back from The Source, and they said that I can either wait for another special edition to come in, or just take a regular edition. So, I sucked it up, and I am going to wait until Friday (if im lucky) to play this game.
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