Standard, Deluxe, and Gold. You’ve heard it before and you’ve seen it on the shelves. It started with Ubisoft and now other developers have jumped aboard the bandwagon, most recently Warner Brothers and their upcoming sequel, Middle-earth: Shadow of War. Now, this is all fine and dandy, considering that gamers can always make their own decisions and if they don’t need a bunch of extra bells and whistles, the standard edition of any game will do them just fine, right? Of course. However, there is a bigger problem at play here: content and price.