I think we've all purchased at least one limited-edition game that we really, really shouldn't have. And there it sits, to this day, collecting dust on your shelf for all the world to see. Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning is going all out in this regard.
Reach into those pockets, because the game's various editions get way up there in price. The special edition starts at $80, then we move on up to $200 for the collector's edition, and finally, the signature edition commands a whopping $275. Granted, it comes with a ridiculous troll statue -- but still!
As expected, a rather low number of these things are being produced. I feel obligated to respect the people responsible, though. Wow.
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