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Halo: Reach Legendary Edition confirmed for $150

Apr 22 // Jim Sterling    @JimSterling

Earlier this morning, we talked about how Halo: Reach may be coming in three flavors, and we just thought you'd like to know that Microsoft has officially confirmed it. In addition, we now know exactly what to expect with the "Legendary" alternative, a $150 package that may be the most opulent special edition ever.

As well as the normal version, there will be a $79.99 Special Edition with "ONI Black Box" packaging. It includes unique in-game Elite armor and an "artifact bag" containing Halo-themed documents for your reading pleasure. $150 will get you the "Legendary" set in UNSC packaging. It has everything from the Special Edition, and adds a numbered statue of Noble Team (courtesy of McFarlane Toys), and a flaming helmet for your in-game Spartan Armor. 

Basically, it's pure Halo decadence. What do you reckon? Worth your $150?

Halo: Reach special editions confirmed, including $150 'Legendary' set [Joystiq]

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