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jaredr says:

Lost Odyssey packaging is fantastic!

// Submitted @ 1:04 PM on 02.13.2008
You may have heard that the packaging for Microsoft's latest JRPG adventure, Lost Odyssey, is lacking in quality. Well, I'm here to tell you that's not true. You see, the tri-spindled discs and enveloped fourth is what you find in the regular edition of the game. You're a hardcore gamer, are you not? Why settle for the ordinary when you could have the extraordinary!

Our special edition of Lost Odyssey has arrived and I'd like to take you on a special tour of what you'll find inside.


As you can see, the special edition cover is meticulously crafted, hand drawn by Sakaguchi himself. The thin, fabric bag is not only collectible, but foldable as well. It really takes me back to the days when these kinds of games came with maps. How nostalgic!


Inside you'll find the game discs which are individually protected by a high-gloss envelope, complete with peeking window for easy access. You see, the outrage over the regular edition is due in part to all four discs not coming pre-sleeved. Its merely a teaser for what awaits the privileged who dared to step up to flavor. But that's not all!


Lost Odyssey is a massive, 70 hour epic RPG. You can become quite famished in that time! Again, a hand crafted delicacy awaits you as the special edition comes complete with a scrumptious cheese and turkey sandwich; a spicy spread being the main treat. The 7-UP, however, is mine. You may have one if you ask nicely.

See? It's not so bad. Just remember to ask your local game jockey if they have any extra sacks and enjoy Lost Odyssey!

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