Microsoft Game Studios and Bungie
Studios have both confirmed that Halo 3 will be released
this fall in three different versions. Gamers will be able to pick either a Standard Edition, Limited
Edition or Legendary Edition.
The Standard Edition ($59.99) is the edition for those who simply want a copy
of the Halo 3 video game.
The Limited Edition ($69.99) will
come in a metal collector's case that has a bonus disc and a fiction and art
book. The art book and fiction will help expand the storyline and shed
some light on details of some of the subplots of the Halo universe.
The Legendary Edition ($129.99) will ship inside a Spartan helmet case and come
with two bonus discs with additional content. Behind-the-scenes footage,
videos, and high-definition featurettes will be on the first bonus disc.
The second bonus disc will contain cinematic material from Halo 2 and Halo: Combat Evolved, along with a featurette on what it is like to work at
Bungie. The Legendary Edition will also have a variety of storyboard art.
quote: Anyway I'd like a different version: for the PC and PS3. As I don't have a x360 I suppose it's not worth buying the game yet LOL.
quote: movie companies put the extra content on a movie DVD for free
quote: I sure as hell won't pay extra money to watch some damn videos.
quote: Oh I'll support the game makers by purchasing the game but I sure as hell won't pay extra money to watch some damn videos. I see no harm in downloading it, I wouldn't purchase it to watch it in the first place so downloading it hurts nobody.
quote: Who the hell is going to pay $130 for some extra video footage about the making of Halo 3 and other crap?
quote: Maybe that will widen the hole enough to get some oxygen to your brain.
quote: You're obviously a faggot, need another dicked shoved up your ass perhaps?