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AC: Brotherhood Limited Edition Detailed

Posted on Tuesday, August 10 @ 12:16:51 Eastern by
The next AC title might cost you a bit more than you thought...

... once you see the collector's edition.  I have to admit I never really thought AC: Brotherhood was going to a worthy title.  Seemed like a needless cash-in from an Ubisoft, originators of the hell-DRM that requires a constant connection for PC play.  After the multiplayer trailer and some of the commentary walkthoughs, I'm singing a different tune.  I loved Assassin's Creed II, and if the multiplayer is balanced correctly, I know I'll be spending a ton of time online.  If they haven't already developed it, AC: Brotherhood needs a free-roam-style multiplayer mode.



Anyways, details on the Limited Edition available for the title have landed.  Anyone want more junk to sit on your shelf and gather dust?  Along with the usual artbook, DVD with making-of video, and gigantic box, AC: Brotherhood gets a pretty creepy looking Jack-in-the-Box toy.  OK, I've regretted purchases I've made on limited editions before, but this looks pretty cool.  Is it $100 cool though?

Gamestop is the only retailer with the (pictured above) harlequin jack-in-the-box (to coincide with their exclusive multiplayer skin), while ordering from elsewhere will net you the doctor.  Anyone else with a weakness for collector's editions?


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