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Illustrated Review: Fallout 3 Survival Edition (and Collector's Edition)
on 11.21.2008 (server time)
Pros: Fantastic lunch box, inspired bobblehead doll
Cons: Clock is not worth $50,
clock power supply, Survival Edition packaging could have been done better
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