Neil writes "Warner Bros and gamers alike have high hopes for Mortal Kombat X. Many will flock the special editions of the game and today they have been detailed. "
I'll pass, I've about had it with CE's.
That tin case tho lol. over $100 seems too much for a game. But I do enjoy when they include the tin case for no extra charge.
I adore that Scorpion statue, I only wish they'd make a full set to buy seperate as I'm not all that fussed about the actual game anymore. Love the characters though.
Lame as hell no thanks ill be buying the regular copy.
I need to pick this up when it releases. My sister and I love playing through with every character and seeing their story unfold. Don't think I'm that interested in the collectors edition but the standard game is no brainer.
As much as I like CE's I think I will stick with a regular copy of this one, I like it, just prefer to spend the extra money elsewhere.
LOL they couldn't include a steelbook in the £100 edition....come on
Lol bad enough also scorpion is the center of attention as always do to him being ed boons favorite character -_-..
Don't really care for the statues or the rest of the extras, but I want that kombat pack and the two scorpion skins darn it.
No thank you..I got two Scorpion figures already.
Didnt injustice include 6 dlc characters ? No this for 90 will only include 4 extras ??
I hate to say this, but they are making this similar to Assassin's Creed - too many different "versions". I think AC3 had like 6 different ones (and that's barely covering all the international versions). The pricing could be a bit better too...
Would be nice if they included a season pass because you know they're gonna release more character via DLC.
i bought the coarse edition for possible resale value
This is something that I'll kill for...
I have been a mortal kombat fan since the beginning, I will wait for a komplete edition. So tired of this DLC bs make a full game.
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