$129 Battlefield 1 Collector’s Edition doesn’t include the game


Publishers have been putting together “Collector’s Editions” of games for many years now. The contents vary depending on the franchise, but tend to include some sort of physical statue or other collectibles, an art book, and cosmetic in-game items. One thing that’s almost always included is the game itself. But apparently Amazon missed the memo on that.

Amazon has teamed up with EA to put together an exclusive Collector’s Edition of Battlefield 1, which curiously does not actually come with the game. Customers aren’t likely to be unaware that they won’t be getting the game, as it’s spelled out in the title of the product, which is “Battlefield 1 Exclusive Collector’s Edition – Does Not Include Game.

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E3 2016 – Hands-on with Attack on Titan


Recently at E3, I was fortunate enough to have some hands on time with Koei’s soon to be released Attack on Titan and find out what the game was all about. I was told that the story covers all of season one of the anime, so those familiar will know exactly what is coming next, but newcomers will also be welcome, which is nice. From the get go, the game uses a cell shaded 3d art style which seems to have become popular in recent years, especially with games based on an anime (One Piece: Pirate Warriors, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure).

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