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Special Edition of The Whispered World Review - Mouse n Joypad

Jack writes - "Re-releasing products has been a popular past time of the digital entertainment industry, often branding their titles with familiar terms like ‘special, deluxe or collectors edition.’ This tactic can sometimes be used to bundle the main content with additional extras released subsequently, allowing some games to include recent downloadable content. Some companies feel it’s an opportunity to fine tune and improve certain aspects, however many decide to capitalize on the situation and do very little." (PC, The Whispered World) 50/100

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