[citation][nom]shadow703793[/nom]One question: Why spend $150 just for some extra effects,etc?[/citation]
Because that's what direction companies like Microsoft and Activision want games to head in. They want to milk me and you for every last dime possible by charging money for them to make an extra three maps later down the road and charge us for them rather then just letting us make them our selves and share them with every one like it used to be, that's why. Sad isn't it?
What part of "COLLECTOR'S EDITION" do you people not understand? Imagine if you had one of these unopened eighty years from now...give it to your kid when he/she is old enough to actually understand the value of passing something on from one generation to the next.
Oh wait, we don't do that anymore. I forgot we don't buy hardwood furniture, just that crap from China they sell at Evil-mart. Instead we waste our money on something that has no real life value...like video games. Oh well, we can always drink our beer and eat our pizza sitting on the floor in front of the tv.
[citation][nom]Jonnydough[/nom]Instead we waste our money on something that has no real life value...like video games.[/citation]
Evidently you never did hear about that article which told all whom read it that there was a game that sold for a 5-figure number right? It was some ATARI game ages old, closed in the box and all. Just wait a few generations and you can only imagine as to how much money you can make by selling a closed Legendary edition.