that 176 page art book is nice. along with the game this is worth 80 dollars i think. If you buy a game , art book, and the deck of cards sep im sure that the cost would be more than 80. at least they are not selling it for 120
im sure my wife and i will pick up one CE and one SE, did for all the previous wows and sc2. while it is pricey, blizzard always has decent CE versions, and over the years ive seen some weak collector editions of other games.
besides its not like you have to buy a CE version.
you dont even have to buy the game, just download the client and pay the monthly. ive been doing it for years. i download it once a year or so and try it to see if its worth it and it still bores the shit outta me so i delete it. had a private server that wasnt bad but its still not something i would pay 15$ a month for, thats just crazy.
Seems they keep increasing the prices on their games with each new release, first $60 for the human campaign on StarcraftII, now $80 for a collector's edition. Can't wait for their new MMO, I'm going to guess it'll go for $90 normal and $120 CE?
Server updates have already been taken care of in recent maintainances. Last expansion took them about 2 months from upgrading servers to actually launching the game. I expect it'll take longer this time, but guessing october or november at the latest.
[citation][nom]Tomtompiper[/nom]A fool and his money are easily parted.[/citation]
Even as a so called "anti-WoW" person, I must say they're actually getting a decent value here, assuming the extra content interests you. Minus the stupid and useless pets (over it now though, *insert space goat motorcycle etc meme here*. I can't wait to see what the D3 collectors edition will look like, pretty much going to buy it right off the bat. I still have my Guild Wars collector edition...
[citation][nom]nebun[/nom]yes the lower jaw is longer than the upper jaw[/citation]
Deathwing's body is barely able to withstand his own power, so he's having goblins to weld metal plates to his body. He's one bada** mofo!
Blizzard knows how to get their customers hooked. If WoW isn't already addictive enough, they're throwing in CCG trading cards! Or, as I used to call them, Cardboard Crack Game.