It seems the Halo 3 hype has truly been kicked into high gear. So, let's start ooohhing and aaahhhing at every morsel of info passed along to our plate. The latest is how the game will be packaged. Apparently, according to 1UP, Halo 3 will come in three forms. What are they? Here:
• Regular copy of Halo 3: $59.99? (It's a first-party game, will it be $49.99?).
• Collector's Edition of Halo 3: $69.99? Maybe a two-disc set of the game along the lines of the Halo 2 collector's edition.
• Legendary Edition of Halo 3: A four-disc set, featuring a video of cut-scenes from the Halo games with DVD-style director's commentary, among other extras like documentaries and and a look at the way Halo fans have extended the fiction, in addition to the actual game. Oh, and there's a cat-head sized SPARTAN helmet that you'll put over the four discs as a display piece. How much will this all cost? No one has a clue.
Damn that Legendary Edition sounds nice. I can't imagine any red-blooded Halo fan NOT getting that one. I'll kill a man for it, I swear I will.
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